I wanted to be able to pass on my experiences - both good and bad - down to people who will find them useful.
New Castle, DE (PRWEB) July 17, 2009
For many Americans, summer is the premiere time to go hit the outdoors and enjoy nature. But as many big box retailers and sporting goods stores are somewhat limited to their selection, people seldom get the choices that they need to have a successful camping trip. Logging onto http://www.CampingAndMore.net can change this, though.
The web store was launched in May 2009 and founded by entrepreneur and avid camper Donald Sutton.
"I've been camping in the United States for years," he began. "I wanted to be able to pass on my experiences - both good and bad - down to people who will find them useful."
Featuring a wide selection of tents, fishing gear, sleeping bags and a host of other products, Sutton's expansive knowledge of camping is something that his website is benefiting from, which is much more than an average retailer that does not consider life skills and experience when hiring a sales person.
Much of Sutton's knowhow has translated to the helpful hints that he posts on his website, as well as its sister blog, http://www.CampingAndMoreBlog.com.
"I feel like you can never have too much knowledge," he said. "I want to encourage people to travel around this great country, but people need good reference points, which are where the tips on the website and the blog come in handy.
"The blog will include tips that are briefly mentioned on the site and expand on them. There will also be additional information like cooking recipes and other ways to make the camping experience all the more special."
Though the site is still relatively new, Sutton's expertise and the easy-to-read nature of the web store and the blog have allowed potential shoppers to choose the best products for them and their upcoming summer travels, which is much more than any other brick-and-mortar store that sells basketball sneakers alongside their sleeping bags.
About the Company:
Camping and More is owned and operated by longtime camper Donald Sutton.
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