FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WorkampingReviews.com Provides a Needed Resource for the Workamping Community
A Voice for the Thousands of U.S. Workampers
On the road, Wyoming – September 18, 2014
A new website has been launched giving workampers and traveling volunteers a voice. WorkampingReviews.com
is an easy-to-use free website that allows workampers to share their experiences. Users will help their fellows to avoid possible bad situations, and encourage the organizations that provide positive employment and service opportunities. This website equips workampers and volunteers with information so they can determine which opportunities are best for them.
Each year, thousands of workampers and volunteers cris-cross the country filling vital roles in short term and seasonal positions. By all accounts, full-time RVing and workamping is a growing lifestyle. “A website like this has been needed for sometime,” said Christian Dunn of WorkampingReviews.com. Who, along with his wife, is a full-time RVer and workamper. “Most workamping and volunteer experiences are positive, but when a situation is bad, it can be a tremendous drain on time, money and emotions,” said Dunn. “Prior to developing this website I had often wished there was such a resource. A situation this past year prompted me and my wife to do it ourselves, in the spirit of community.”
The website relies on users to review and share their experiences. “We wanted the website to be free, easy to use and allow users to post reviews anonymously. Hopefully, people will come to the website regularly, and share honestly without concern of employer blow-back,” said Alayne Dunn of WorkampingReviews.com. “So far there is not much in between, people either really enjoy their experiences or not,” said Dunn. WorkampingReviews.com is the only website of its kind and is solely dedicated to the workamper with no other interests. It is free, requires no registration, and users can begin posting and searching immediately.
Christian & Alayne Dunn, also known as the TheRVNomads.com, are non-retired aged full-time RVers that have been traveling around the US with their two cats since March 2013.