Weʼre raising £5,000 to help us restore a classic VW camper to create a fun mobile photobooth for local events
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Hello and thanks for looking at our funding page for Mo, the classic 1970's Vw Camper - who wants to be so much more!
The plan is to get her back on the road (after spending quite some time hiding under a cover) and then use her as a wedding vehicle for couples to celebrate their big day, with the added bonus of also being a photobooth, mobile bar or karaoke pod for wedding receptions, local events and to liven up any kind of party!
Mo does require quite a lot of bodywork love and attention to achieve this dream (which isn't cheap, coming in at £10,000), but we are hoping you can help us on our way to hopefully make her ready to go for the busy season in the summer.
Here's what's in it for you: We plan to compensate those who choose to help us by offering a free event, (including transport, photobooth, props and staff) with the winners chosen at random, drawn every month for three months following the restoration, which should be around the end of May 2019.
For a chance to win, please donate at least £30 and if we hit our target, we will start drawing names!
All donations will receive a name "in the hat", so the more times you donate, the better the odds of winning!
(Subject to availability and within a 25 mile radius of RH9 in Surrey).
As a photobooth, we are planning on having big trunks full of fun props and a selfie camera that will make us better value than others out there. We will be offering packages that will make us affordable to all, whilst providing a unique service and event experience.
Thank you so much and we really hope you will help us make this dream a reality. Mo is our pride and joy and I would love to share her with others so they can enjoy her too.
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