Corio, Vic (findit ) January 20, 2021 – Lumberjack Camper Trailers is a family-owned business that offers excellent quality camping trailers in Australia. Their goal is to provide Australia’s most valued and intelligently designed camper trailers to their customers. They are known for our affordability, innovation and service. They believe that this range sets a new benchmark in quality affordable camper trailers.
When asked about their camping trailers, the spokesperson of the company said, “Lumberjack Camper Trailers has the perfect match for you. Our trailers seamlessly take you from home to your next adventure. Our goal is to design trailers that make it easy for you to get away with family and friends. We have listened to what you want and designed trailers for all budgets and family sizes. Everything you need is included: annex walls and floor, deluxe kitchens and storage. You can proudly pull a great looking trailer that is easy to tow, clearly has some muscle and will turn heads.”
At Lumberjack Camper Trailers, their camper trailer/caravan is covered by a 12-month limited manufacturer’s warranty against defects from the original date of purchase. Customers are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.
“As a family owned business, we’ve always believed in big ideas matched with a fierce will to bring them to life. Our goal is to ensure that every Australian family has the opportunity to experience and enjoy the outdoors with safe and excellent quality camp trailers. We believe that everyone needs to be given the opportunity to relax and refresh in the beautiful Australian outdoors. Every Camper Trailer that leaves our warehouse represents our passion for quality camper trailers. We work very closely with our manufactures to ensure that quality is paramount. We listen to what you want and are continually upgrading and enhancing our trailer designs and functionality to ensure you has the best trailer possible”, added the spokesperson.
The range of camper trailers for sale at Lumberjack Camper Trailers can cater to the harshest conditions of Australia, so the customers never be caught off-guard by wild weather or terrain. Their quality is the best to ensure the quality camper trailer will travel longer trips safely and reliably, allowing to get back to wider and beyond into real Australia.
Lumberjack Camper Trailers is a family-owned business that offers excellent quality camping trailers in Australia. Their goal is to provide Australia’s most valued and intelligently designed camper trailers to their customers.
Contact Name: Teresa Esteban
Address: 290 Princes Hwy, Corio, Vic, Australia, 3214
Phone Number: 1300 304 045
9th American Tourist Dead While Vacationing In The Dominican Republic
The death count for American tourists vacationing in the Dominican Republic continues to grow, not totaling 9 confirmed deaths. Joseph Allen, 55, who was vacationing in the D.R. was found unresponsive in his hotel room at the Terra Linda Resort on June 13. Allen was on a trip celebrating his friend’s birthday.
According to his brother, Jason, Joseph had skipped out on dinner on the night of his death, telling his family and friends that he was not feeling well. It is also reported that this was a repeat visit to the same hotel in the Dominican Republic by Joseph. A toxicology report will be conducted but it is being reported that this could take up to 30 days.
Also in the news regarding tourists and health in the Dominican Republic were Jimmy Buffet fans that fell severely ill at a resort in the Dominican Republic.
According to D.R. officials, none of these nine deaths are related.
Eight Year Old Boy Bitten By Shark Off Coast Of North Carolina; Third Shark Attack This Month
An eight year old boy was bitten on the leg in what is now the third shark attack this month off the coast of North Carolina. The boy, whose name was not released at the time of publication was in the water just off Bald Head Island when the shark attack occurred.
Village officials, while they did not see the shark, determined the boy was bitten based on an assessment of first responders and the wounds that the boy sustained.
The puncture wounds to the leg are not considered life threatening and the child was transported to a local area hospital right after the incident.
Southwest Passenger Sent Explicit Photos From Stranger Via Airdrop
Southwest Flight 1388 was bound for Chicago from Louisville and Kat Pitman was just settling into her aisle seat when her iPhone buzzed. Looking down, Pitman saw an Airdrop Request from someone with an NSFW take on Bilbo Baggins from ‘The Hobbit’. The Airdrop contained a pornographic image.
“It was just very explicit. It just shocked me,” the 40-year-old frequent flyer said in an interview with USA TODAY.
Immediately following the Airdrop, Pitman disabled Airdrop, preventing people to wirelessly send photos, videos and documents to nearby phones. However, she flipped it back on to take a screenshot of the sender’s name and received two additional Airdrop requests, one with a video and one with another graphic photo.
Pitman, unsure of who the sender was and worried the sender may be in her row alerted the flight attendants who immediately announced over the intercom for “Mr. Baggins” to immediately stop Airdropping.
Pitman said, “There was no question. They weren’t like, ‘What’s AirDrop?’ They just took care of it. They continued to check on me during the flight and as I left the flight. I just was incredibly impressed.’’
Southwest spokesperson Chris Mainz confirmed that a passenger on board Flight 1388 did indeed send inappropriate photos to another passenger. However, at the time of publication, the individual was not arrested and Southwest did not identify the sender.