By Marco Kathuria—Part two of an interview series featuring Jared and Stefanie Kohl, owners of two GMC Motorhomes. It is part of an on-going series of interviews and coach tours focusing on the GMC Motorhome owner community. Other videos in this series can be found on our YouTube channel.
About the Kohl’s
Jared & Stefanie Kohl are from Rappahannock County, VA the gateway to Shenandoah National Park. They have owned their GMC Motorhome since 2012 and added a second one in 2018.
“We use them both interchangeably depending on where we’re going. We’ve been as far west as Yellowstone National Park, as far north as Montreal, Quebec, as far south as Orlando, FL and as far east as the Outer Banks. We’ve still got many, many more places to visit in our GMC Motorhomes and can’t wait to do so.”Jared Kohl
Jared is a Network Engineer for a Networking firm in Falls Church, VA and Stefanie is a Physical Therapist Assistant specializing in Home Health. They travel in their GMCs with 5 small beagles who absolutely love traveling. Jared is also the President of the local GMC Motorhome owner’s group in Virginia, the GMC Tidewater Crabs. The group organizes meetups almost every month during the camping season where they exchange helpful tips and just enjoy the company of fellow GMC’ers.
Built by General Motors using automobile assembly techniques, 12,921 GMC motorhomes were produced from model years 1973 to 1978. Over 7,000 are currently listed at the GMCMI.com international registry. Estimates suggest that at least 8,000 to 9,000 of the original production run are still in operating condition.
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