Hobo Hammocks Offers Impressive Lifetime Warranty
“When you buy a hammock from Hobo Hammocks, you are buying a hammock for life. That’s because if any part of your hammock ever rips, tears, or otherwise malfunctions, we will send you a replacement…for FREE! All you have to do is ship in the old hammock and tell us how it broke! (mostly for our entertainment) Whether you purchased it yesterday or 20 years ago, the warranty stands.”
Isn’t that what you want when shopping for your outdoor gear: Confidence that your purchase will endure!
If you aren’t already impressed with Hobo Hammocks for their support of their local Rescue Mission of Salt Lake and their motto of “your purchase just provided a meal to the homeless,” you need to be impressed – with their Lifetime Warranty!
I keep calling Hobo Hammocks “that great company with a big heart,” and they keep proving it.
To Jake Andersen: Good Job!
And If You Are At HCRBeta Because You Are Shopping Around For A New Hammock…
- Click here to read this article: Hobo vs. ENO Hammock for beginners
- Get to know more about the owner, Jake Andersen, and the story behind Hobo Hammocks
- Take a few more minutes to look at other sites that might rate and review hammocks…
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If you are ready to purchase your Hobo Hammock, here is a coupon code to help you save $5 on your purchase.
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If you choose to do so, thank you. You are helping HCRBeta. You have my gratitude.
And if you choose to purchase a hammock from another company, that’s okay.
And I’ll use Jake Andersen’s words to end this short article:
“Peace & Love!”
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Jason Clements is the founder of and writer for HCRBeta, Hike Climb Relax: How to… He lives in Shawnee, Kansas and also runs the cell phone recycling company, Cells for Cells, which recycles cell phones to raise money for families battling cancer. You can follow Jason on Facebook or on Twitter @jasonclements.