If you think you've got what it takes to help design a motorhome, read on – you could be helping RS Motorhomes

When it comes to motorhomes, who knows them better than you, the readers of Practical Motorhome? After miles and miles and years and years of touring, you know what you want, what you like and, of course, what you don’t like.

So how do you fancy helping to design a motorhome? With years of touring experience behind you, do you think you could do a better job than the professionals? If so, we need you – please read on!

Why don’t you apply to become a member of the Practical Motorhome Reader Design Team on a project we are running in conjunction with RS Motorhomes, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of luxury ’vans.

RS Motorhomes, a Yorkshire based, family-run company, is keen to hear from readers of Practical Motorhome – some of the most discerning and well-informed in the pastime – during the development phase of a brand new product range.

So if you’d like to share your genuine, real world insights into what makes a great motorcaravan and you can make yourself available to attend some design sessions at RS Motorhomes’ Doncaster base this summer, then what are you waiting for, please get in touch! All you need to do is email us – just click here.

As a thank you, the person with the most valuable contribution, as judged by the RS Motorhomes design team, will win a weekend for two in a luxury RS motorhome.

That sounds fair enough to us and a great opportunity for those passionate about their ‘vans and the motorcaravanning lifestyle. If you’ve spent years looking through dealer listings and motorhomes for sale pages cursing the many models that just don’t tick all the boxes you want, all that experience might finally pay off.

So if this sounds like something you’d like to be involved with, email us – thank you. We look forward to hearing from you.

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