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Helping Families Affected By Texas Wildfires

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Texas based Camper Clinic II works closely with affected residents to help them get back on their feet after loosing their homes in the recent rash of wildfires.

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Helping Families Affected By Texas Wildfires

  1. 1. Contact: Shennandoah Diaz P.O. Box 341821Brass Knuckles MediaPhone 512-551-4023 Austin, TX 78734 sdiaz@brasskncuklesmedia.com Immediate ReleaseFax 512-266-6147 Texas RV Dealership Doing Their Part To Get Temporary Housing For Families Affected By Wildfires Camper Clinic II works closely with affected residents to help them get back on their feet after loosing their homes in the recent rash of wildfiresSeptember 29, 2011: Camper Clinic II is helping families affected by the recent rash of wildfires securetemporary housing while they rebuild their homes lost or damaged during the month of September. CamperClinic is working closely with insurance agents and Texas residents throughout Bastrop, San Marcos, SpiceWood, Austin, Pflugerville, Cedar Park, and other areas damaged by wildfires. The dealership, located inBuda, TX, is providing special pricing as well as assistance with delivery, set-up, parts, and service even forRV owners who bought their trailers elsewhere.“Our goal isn’t to make money of anyone,” says General Manager Don Goodson. “We want to help themthe best way we can so these families can start rebuilding their lives.” To insure that only families in needare receiving special rates, Camper Clinic II is refraining from posting them on their site. Instead they askthat affected families contact them directly to learn about special rates and assistance setting up newtrailers or repairing existing ones. “We can’t give the trailers away, but we can offer them an affordablealternative to renting and hotels. All Camper Clinic II employees also donated a portion of their lastpaycheck to the Red Cross Bastrop fund in an effort to help those families get back on their feet.Most insurance polices include assistance for temporary housing and RV’s qualify. The special rates allowfamilies to secure a trailer that fits their needs without cleaning out their savings. To find out more about thespecial offering contact the appropriate department at 512-312-1478 or toll free at 1-800-781-7848. You canalso visit www.camperclinic2.com and fill out their “contact us” form.Camper Clinic II is a full service RV dealership located at 15855 S IH-35 Exit 220 in Buda, Texas, justacross from Cabelas. Theyre committed to the community whether its supporting our troops throughorganizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project, tailgating at UT games, or enjoying the best the HillCountry has to offer. Learn more by visiting www.camperclinic2.com.For Release 9 a.m. EST, September 29, 2011

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