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Project Shelter

Plan on camping at the Phunkberry festival this year, but don’t want the hassle of traveling with all of your camping gear? Allow us to introduce our official gear partner: Project Shelter.

Project Shelter is a social enterprise that sells camping gear that you can pick up when you arrive to the festival. Here’s how it works!

Reserve your camping gear online, and it will be available upon your arrival at the festival. Just select one of our featured Phunkberry camping gear packages, and it will be ready for you on-site for pick up. Don’t feel like dragging everything home, when the festival is over? Feel free to leave any unwanted gear behind. Project Shelter has developed unique relationships with nonprofit partners, including Feed the Children, 501(c)3 to distribute your camping gear donations to refugees and victims of disasters.

Pre-order your full camping packages by clicking here. To purchase other gear à la carte, visit Project Shelter, and select “Onsite Pick-Up (Phunkberry)” in the shipping options during checkout. Project Shelter will be on-site so that you may pick up your gear conveniently at the Phunkberry General Store (aka The Grateful Trading Post).

For those looking for an inexpensive option, make sure to check out the 2 person package for $149. Less than the cost of most one-night hotel stays! This package includes a tent, two (2) slim-width air mattresses, two (2) blankets, two (2) water bottles, and a tarp. It’s an alternative to stopping at the big box store, and at one great price.

You can also upgrade to the 2 person Premium Gear package for $349 that, you guessed it, was designed specifically for Phunkberry. It’s decked out with a high quality Kelty Acadia 4 tent, two (2) Wenzel Stow N Go air mattresses with built-in pump, two (2) Kelty Tumbler 30/50 sleeping bags, two (2) pillows, two (2) blankets, a tarp, a lantern, and two (2) water bottles with koozies. We guarantee that you will camp comfortably during your festival weekend.
Remember that after the festival is over, give Project Shelter any equipment that you don’t want to lug back home. Project Shelter will make sure it gets donated to nonprofits such as Feed the Children, 501 (c)3, who make sure items are delivered to refugees and victims of disaster.
Note: Gear packages do not include festival or camping passes.

http://www.projectshelter.org/festivals/

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