MEDIA ALERT: RV Nomads Movie Announces Full Time RVing Air Force Veteran Couple Sean and Julie Chickery to Join Cast

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DATE: July 16th, 2017
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RV NOMADS MOVIE ANNOUNCES FULL TIME RVER COUPLE SEAN & JULIE CHICKERY TO JOIN CAST

COUPLE SERVED 20 YEARS IN U.S. AIR FORCE THEN MOVED INTO AN RV

 

(MILWAUKEE, WI)Nomadic Life Films, the studio behind RV Nomads (www.OpenRoadRVNomads.com), an upcoming feature length cinematic documentary exploring the full time RV movement, announced today that Air Force Veterans Sean and Julie Chickery are joining the cast and will appear in the movie. The film is set for a tentative release in the fall of 2018 and will tell the story of the full time RV movement like it has never been told before.

Sean, a Doctor in Health Science, is a Medical Research Study Manager, and Julie is a Content Manager. The couple work full-time from theirHeartland Cyclone 4200 Fifth Wheel Toy Hauler, working together to juggle professional careers with a heavy dose of adventure whenever and wherever possible.

“As working professionals, we’re especially excited about participating in this project to share with others that they don’t have to wait for retirement to pursue their dreams,” the couple said in response to being signed on for the film. “We are proof that you can continue your professional careers and enjoy your life while traveling around North America. After serving 20 years in the US Air Force, we’ve also grown to love travel and meeting people from all walks of life. One of the things we really enjoy about full timing is meeting other RVers from all walks of life, exchanging stories, and realizing we are part of a larger community. “

Hundreds of thousands of Americans are beginning to see the full time RV life as a solution to personal woes brought about by a sense of being locked down to the “rat race” of traditional living. RV Nomads is being produced to explore a cultural shift happening across America and the Chickery story is an important part of the overall picture.

Sean and Julie live on the open road with their cat (Callie), moving along at their own pace and enjoying the freedom of full time travel. They prefer full hook-up campground stays and have been living full time in an RV since 2014.

Their travels are documented via their website ChickerysTravels.com (www.ChickerysTravels.com) and their Facebook page Chickery’s Travels.

Nomadic Life Films looks forward to telling the Chickery story through RV Nomads. The film producers firmly believe viewers will be entertained, informed and extremely fascinated when learning about their journey of extraordinary personal discovery through the full time RV life.

For more information visit www.openroadrvnomads.com.

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