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Virtual Conference to Empower More Remote Workers

Escapees RV Club to host a 5-day virtual conference on working remotely

LIVINGSTON, Texas- February 2021

Escapees RV Club is hosting a fully virtual conference March 4-8, 2021, focused on those interested in remote work. This conference, Rethinking Remote Work, is the first of its kind for Escapees RV Club and supports the ever-growing community of working RVers and digital nomads.

The conference will provide 5 days packed with information, engagement, and encouragement for those interested in remote jobs, digital careers, small business ideas, nomadic entrepreneurship, and the remote work-life balance. This will take place in the form of main stage sessions, breakout sessions, panel discussions, and workshops. True to the roots of the 42-year-old organization, there will also be plenty of opportunity to build community through interactive evening entertainment and networking opportunities. 

“We are so excited to finally bring this conference to life and offer such a wide-range of inspiration and education to the working community. We want to show everyone that it IS possible to make working remotely a reality at any age or stage of your life. Your dreams are calling, and we’re here to support you in making them a reality!” says Melanie Carr, Vice President of Escapees RV Club.

Featuring over two dozen speakers, the Rethinking Remote Work conference is proudly sponsored by Harvest Hosts, Dometic, Winnebago, Wholesale Warranties, and Hey Summit. “You won’t want to miss the opportunity to connect with and learn from the credible and talented speakers that have joined our lineup,” says Sharee Collier, Project Manager.

Registration for the event opens on February 2, 2021. To learn more about the conference and the ticket options that are available, visit:


About Escapees RV Club

Since 1978, Escapees has been a leader in supporting those who pursue the RVing lifestyle. The club was founded by full-time RVers, Joe and Kay Peterson, at a time when there was no support group for full-timers. Today, the club continues to grow and transform itself according to the needs of its members, supporting them through benefits and educational and social opportunities. Learn more about what is available to Escapees RV Club members at