NEW 2018 Grand Design Imagine 2800BH Travel Trailer


Imagine the fun you will have in this Grand Design Imagine lightweight travel trailer 2800BH with a set of double size bunks!  This unit easily sleeps 10!  It also provides a wide open floor space thanks to the large slide out, and features an outdoor kitchen that the chef in the family will enjoy!
Step inside after checking out the convenient outside kitchen with a two burner range top, and refrigerator so you can cook and dine easily outdoors. Once indoors you will see a set of double bed bunks to your left.  There is also bike storage beneath where you can easily stow things away while traveling.
The opposite rear corner features a bathroom with a 30″ x 36″ shower including skylight.  There is also a toilet, and vanity with sink.
Straight in the door notice the floor space that you quickly create once the slide is fully extended. The slide includes a tri-fold sofa, as well as a u-shaped dinette with removable ottoman.
To the right of the entry door find shoe storage and a nice kitchen. The wardrobe and pantry just inside the door are great for clothing storage, plus food items also.  There is a 32″ LED TV on a swing arm in the entertainment center above. Continuing along this right side you will find a three burner range with overhead microwave oven, and a corner countertop with large single bowl sink along the interior wall.  There are even pet dishes underneath the refrigerator that get tucked away when not in use.
The front of this Imagine lightweight trailer features a master bedroom with a sliding door for privacy.  Inside enjoy a relaxing space that includes a queen size bed, dual bedside wardrobes, overhead cabinets, and so much more!
Outside in front you will find storage in the drop-frame pass-through compartment, and there is also a universal docking station in front along the road side as well!
Click the link below to view our full Grand Design Imagine Travel Trailer inventory: https://www.generalrv.com/product-grand-design/imagine-travel-trailer/2800bh

Fun Facts About 4th Of July You May Not Know!

America’s birthday is a holiday campers and RVers look forward to year round. It’s a time bursting with Patriotism, as smells of campfires and barbecue fill the air and fireworks light up the night sky for miles. It’s no surprise we LOVE the Fourth of July. Here are some fun facts about the holiday that you can spout off to your friends at the campground while sipping a cold beer (or water), eating a hot dog and talking about the best firework shows in town!

$3.6 Million: Amount of American Flag Imports

Millions of American flags are actually manufactured abroad. Nearly all of them – 97 percent – came from China last year, which sold us $3.5 million worth.
The U.S. exports plenty of flags as well. Turkey happens to be the biggest buyer of American-made flags, having purchased $673,000 worth from the U.S. last year.
 

48 Million: Consumers Shopping for Red, White and Blue

More than 48 million Americans will be shopping for decorations, apparel and party supplies this Independence Day, with average household spending jumping up to $71.23 – 4.5 percent higher than 2014’s $68.16 per household.
“Consumers this summer and for the 4th of July will take advantage of lower gas prices to head to the beach or get together with family– something they’ve had to think long and hard about in recent years with higher energy costs and limited budgets,” Pam Goodfellow, consumer insights director at Prosper Insights & Analytics, said in a statement accompanying the National Retail Federation report.  (Source: via U.S News)

10 QUICK FACTS

  1. According to author Kenneth C. Davis, July 2nd is the real day of Independence, but it’s celebrated on the fourth because that’s when congress accepted Jefferson’s declaration.
  2. Thomas Jefferson changed the wording of the Declaration of Independence from “the pursuit of property” to “the pursuit of happiness.”
  3. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on July 4, 1826.
  4. Only two men signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4th 1776 — John Hancock and Charles Thompson.
  5. Congress declared July 4th as an official holiday in 1870 as part of a bill to officially recognize other holidays, Christmas being one of them.
  6. The “Star Spangled Banner” was written by Francis Scott Key and was originally a poem stemming from his observations in 1814 concerning the British attack on Baltimore’s Fort McHenry during the War of 1812. It was later put to music, though not decreed the official national anthem until 1931.
  7. Including John Adams and Thomas Jefferson (mentioned earlier), a total of three US presidents have died on July 4th. James Monroe is the third president to share this fate.
  8. In 1776, about 2.5 million people lived in the United States verses 311.7 million people in 2011.
  9. 1 out of 8 signers of the Declaration of Independence were educated at Harvard (7 total).
  10. 87.5% ($2.8 million) of imported U.S. flags are from China.

 

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