Minnesota couple up for grand prize in Bret Michaels' 'Rock My RV' giveaway

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A couple from Ramsey is hoping to roll with rocker Bret Michaels' top prize in his giveaway connected to his reality TV series, the Pioneer Press reports.

Tanya and Joseph Marcella are among the three couples who have been selected as finalists in the "Rock My RV with Bret Michaels" Epic RV Giveaway on the Travel Channel.

The Marcellas are vying for a luxurious RV designed and custom built by Michaels and his "Rock My RV" design team, plus a $500 gas card.

The episode is set to air Sept. 1 at 9 p.m.

The Marcellas won their chance to be on "Rock My RV" after sending in a video earlier this summer.

In the video, the Marcella's three young children sing a variation of Michaels' Poison hit "Nothin' But a Good Time," and then the couple comes on to explain why they want to win a "totally rocked out RV."

Joseph Marcella works as a manager at Target Optical, while Tanya runs a home day care and preschool.

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