Have you heard about Borroclub?
28th September 2016
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Quite often when you have a job to do you have no other option but to go out and purchase the item you need to complete the job.

It could be anything such as DIY, travel, kitchen or leisure items.

For example, if you are going camping for the first time, you go out and spend £100's on all of the things you need to feel comfortable, but if this your first camping trip and you don't enjoy it, you have wasted a lot of money and the camping equipment will lie idle.

Thats where Borroclub can help.  Borroclub is a marketplace where people share household items with their community.  Borroclub gives you the ability to go camping (and do other things) at a fraction of the cost of buying stuff. 

Our mission here are Borroclub is to help people to:

  • Earn money - The average UK garage holds on average £3,500 worth of items and not all of them are being used all of the time so why not get them working for you whilst you are not using them?
  • Save money - We all need to use something to fulfil a certain job, then after that we no longer need that item, so why pay the full price? Instead borrow from somebody that already has that item.
  • Help the environment - By reusing what we already have it avoids the manufacture of a new item helping to reduce Co2.
  • Connect with your community - By using our service you get to meet new people within your community, which is just well a nice experience.

Best of all the camping stuff you have just purchased can be listed on Borroclub and each time it is borrowed you start to recoup your initial purchase price.

Borroclub has published a poster for people to put up in their offices, community centre, basically anywhere you like to help spread the word, here is the link   https://www.borroclub.co.uk/blog-post/2308/

Go on sign up today at www.borroclub.co.uk and start sharing.

About the Author

Ann A

Member since: 27th May 2014

Hi! I'm Ann and with my husband John, said 'Farewell' to bestof on 31st July 2017 and are returning to the horticultural trade. Thank you to everyone past and present for reading my blogs.

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