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It’s hard to believe it is already time for you to show off your campers through any AWESOME Photos you may have taken. Truck Camper Magazine is holding their annual calendar contest.Check out the entries so far and get in on the fun! http://www.truckcampermagazine.com/2014-tcm-calendar-contest-entries-part-1
We here at Phoenix Pop up also do a calendar and are looking for YouR custom camper Photos to make our 2014 Calendar as well. SO get out those photos and send them to both TCM and US for your chance to make your camper and “Camper of the Month”!
I am asked by many of our prospective customers if we deliver our campers and the answer is yes we can. I also let them know that 99% of all of our customers come out to our Beautiful state and pick up their new campers and then enjoy the wonderful National Forests that surround us.
That right, we have moved down 4 doors to a unit which doubled in size that of our old unit!
Denver Area TCM Gathering This Friday/Saturday at Missile Site Park -We are in Denver this week and thought it would be fun to organize an impromptu gathering of Truck Camper Magazine readers. This Friday and Saturday, June 14th and 15th, we will be at Missile Site Park just north of Denver. Link: http://www.truckcampermagazine.com/weekly-blog/meet-tcm-this-friday-at-missile-site-park-in-denver
Our campers love the spring snow!
This camper went out a couple of weeks ago to this great family of four. Here is what they had to say:
“Hello Cari – So far we have had 2 nights in the camper and everything has worked great. I bet Rob didn’t know he was designing a slide for 2 little boys on the passenger side of the truck camper. But it took Tanner and Casey no time to enjoy that feature and yeah I use it too. I am very glad I went for my inverter, charge controller, and solar system installed. We have to used the heater the last 2 nights. Takes 1 minute of running to heat the entire camper and truck up for the night.
Last night we stopped in north platte and found the cody campground. We decided in 10 minutes we are staying here if we go through north platte again. 5 bucks to camp. water hookups. A free zoo with plenty of animals to feed. I liked seeing buffalo and feeding the giant male elk. Told the donkey I loved him in shrek. They also have an amusement park with .50 cent rides and a restaurant with strawberry soft serve ice cream. Right now we have lots of geese and a river in our backyard. Tanner and Casey are playing with lego cars in that backyard. It will be hard to top this camping spot. But I will continue to look. Before we left Denver one of our stops for the boys was the lego store. The set Tanner got was a lego camper. Gee wonder why. I made breakfast yesterday and melinda today. So much cheaper travelling with your own hotel and restaurant with gas at 3.50 plus. We went to the rockies game in Denver. My 12th major league stadium now. Great stadium, great area for the boys, really friendly people, sat next to a guy from sioux city also in town for the weekend. But horrible team. No wonder your hockey fans. Go Gophers!”
“Hi Rob and Cari, We installed the camper into our 1942 Dodge military 4X4 today. Wendy was biting her nails about the fit. But everything fit perfect! It even has a little wiggle room. We are very pleased. We are just now getting to know the camper and how to get in and out with two little people. It will be great. Attached are a couple photos. We’ll send some more as we get it out and use it. I’ll try and get some photo’s with better background soon. Thanks for all you help. What a fun project.” – Jeff and Wendy
Jed and Meg have begun the adventure of their life. As we posted a few months back these two adventurous folks are taking on the Americas. Traveling from Jackson WY to South America in their Toyota Tacoma truck with a Phoenix Pop Up Camper. Follow their story at http://adventureamericas.wordpress.com
“I just spent the last week living out of the camper in Hylite canyon in Montana. It made a excellent ice climbing base camp for me and my friend. It was so nice to ice climb all day and then hike down to a nice warm, dry camper home. There were a lot of very jealous climbers checking out the rig on their way to their soggy tents and snow caves!”
Over the next 2 weeks we have 3 custom campers going out to some very creative customers. Each camper is unique in its fit, options and COLOR.. Yes I said color. Each camper will be painted to match the truck it is going on.. As each one goes out the door we will share with each of you the Colorful, Unique World of Phoenix Pop Up Campers….
Ford SVT Raptor RV created by Phoenix Campers on AutoBlog.
Phoenix Campers Builds Custom Camper for Ford F-150 SVT Raptor on Truck Trend.
Phoenix Campers Creates a Nest for the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor on Pickup Trucks.
Ford SVT Raptor RV created by Phoenix Campers on Cincinnati Ford Dealer.
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