[Holland, MI – 08/19/20] – As consumers increasingly rely on social media influencers for travel and lifestyle research, Volta Power Systems has partnered with vanlife influencer Scott Watson of Go Small. Live Large! to serve as a brand ambassador. Watson will leverage his personal knowledge and experience with his Class B RV’s Volta lithium-ion system to educate both RV dealers and enthusiasts about the benefits of RVs with advanced energy systems.
Watson, a YouTuber in the vanlife community, lives fulltime in his Winnebago Travato GL. His followers include fellow Winnebago users, travel van owners and aspirational RVers interested in learning more about life on the road. As Volta’s brand ambassador, Watson will visit Winnebago dealers across the U.S. and teach employees about Volta systems’ end-user benefits and uses. He’ll also host rallies and meet-ups for local “vanlifers” and RV enthusiasts following the training sessions.
“Go Small. Live Large! is all about empowering people to change their lives, being passionate about life on the road and experiencing total freedom in a way they probably never have,” Watson said. “Having a Volta system on my van has been an absolute game-changer for me, and I’m passionate about sharing that experience with other people. New RV-buyers often rely on their salesperson for expertise in making a buying decision, so equipping dealers with the information they need is a top priority.”
Founded in 2014, Volta Power Systems provides safe, powerful and simple lithium-ion energy storage solutions for small to midsize businesses. RV, marine and specialty vehicle OEMs trust Volta to deliver advanced, automotive-grade power systems that enhance the lifestyle, freedom and comfort of their end-users.
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As Volta's Brand Ambassador, I worked Nick (famed "YouTube video guy") and the team to deliver an even more amazing Volta experience to their customers. Thanks Nick!
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