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Holiday Sales Around the Corner

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Hey, Smart Shoppers!

Our Black Friday Sales are over. Another successful Cyber Monday has come and gone. But we’re not through with our seasonal sales just yet! You can still save and SAVE BIG with certain products on our site. Camp trunks and other camping gear make for awesome and exciting Christmas gifts!

When we have a sale, we like to stick to that sale for a while. We don’t want to make our customers feel too rushed about getting the great deals they want. This year’s holiday sale extends from Tuesday, Dec. 4th to Monday, the 10th, giving our customers an entire week to take advantage of everything we’ve marked down!

You can enjoy browsing our site in which you’re sure to find hundreds of items marked at 10 to 20% off. But read on to get a convenient, little breakdown of our hottest deals and click right over to that particular product page on our site!Check out the discount available to you when you find your camp and enter your code!


First and definitely foremost, get any C&N Camp Trunk or a Pop-Up-Soft-Trunk for $10 off…now that alone, may not sound like the hottest deal, but then, if you select your camp through the homepage on our site and enter in your camp code, you’ll get an additional $10 off!  


Secondly, we have new Candy Pink Holiday Apparel which we’re putting at a staggering 35% off! Find fleece pajama pants, onesies, robes, and blankets printed with cute Christmas and Chanukah themes.


Lastly, as mentioned above, there are going to be literally hundreds of items on sale for 10 to 20% off on our website. To find a number of these discount items in no time-flat, click on the following links to our Crazy Creek Chairs, our Sleeping Bags, as well as our Laundry Bags.

Check out lots of other great deals across the whole site! And, while our sale does last the week, don’t dally! You don’t want these deals passing you by! Happy shopping and, as always, thanks for reading!


- John


Louie B. Loves Beber!

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Hey, Camp Kids!

We asked how camp went and we were thrilled with the response. We had our best turnout yet this year for our annual ‘Share Your Camp Story’ Contest at Everything Summer Camp! Your camp stories were great! I had such a fun time reading through them all and now I’m excited to share them with all our readers online! We’re posting each submission right here on the Blog!

Since I’ve finished announcing our ten lucky winners who took larger prizes, I’ve It's Camp Beber for Louie B. again! See if you have as much fun as he does and check it out yourself!moved on to the rest of your submissions. The following post is from Louie B. who wrote in to tell us about his fourth year at Camp Beber. Read all about now:

“Camp was awesome! I loved it! This was my 4th year at camp and I am waiting for summer 2019! Part of what makes Beber so great is that we get to have so many choices. I am able to choose the hobbies I like. My favorite hobbies are on the waterfront, aqua park and waterskiing. The aqua park was even bigger this year. It was so much fun running around the inflatable obstacle course in Lake Beulah. In Kesher, you get to go on a 3 day camping trip. This year I chose the biking trip. It was out of this world! I got to go through tunnels and go on bike paths over 45 miles! We learned about railroad history in central Wisconsin. It was really cool biking on a railroad path. I highly recommend it! Another thing that makes camp great is the Israeli Dancing. It is so much fun and I love to do it. You get to sing and dance and do all other fun stuff!”

Glad to hear that camp continues to be a success for you, Louie! Real happy to see that the ‘Share Your Camp Story’ is becoming a summer tradition for you as well! Can’t wait to hear what kind of fun next year is for you! Next summer will come, but not nearly quick enough. In the meantime, to anybody else interested in Camp Beber, you can give it a closer look by clicking here and, as always, thanks for reading!


- John

Make the Most with French Toast!

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Hey, French Toast Fanatics!

You don’t have to be French in order to love this genius invention of sweet breakfast options. This eggy bread is celebrated across the country today as it’s National French Toast Day! Whip up some batter and heat up the fry pan! I’m sure you all know how delicious and exciting French Toast is, but here are some things you may not have known about this soppy, sweet creation.  

Has this Bread Gone Bad?French Toast is a fantastic sweet dish for breakfast, brunch, even lunch or dinner!

Yes. In France, this bread is known as ‘pain perdu’ which translates to ‘lost bread’. Traditionally made from stale bread, French Toast was originally made as a means of making stale bread palatable so it didn’t go to waste. Soaking it in a milky, eggy batter, frying it up, and serving it drenched in syrup with assorted berries and nuts has always done the trick!

Not French?

Yes, like so many things, the title does not necessarily indicate the origin. French toast was actually around for even longer than France was a country. We’re not sure exactly where French Toast was first made, but we do know that before the recipe we know as French Toast was called Spanish Toast as well as German Toast before it got its French name.

Old Toast!

It’s true that no one knows exactly who invented French Toast or just quite where it came from, but mention of this recipe has been traced back all the way to the 4th Century,  more than 1700 years ago in ancient Roman records!

Pour syrup over it. Douse it in powdered sugar. Melt butter on top. Sprinkle berries and walnut pieces over it. However you best like to eat your French Toast, do it up right on a day that’s made just for the celebration of this awesome bread-saving dish! Happy French Toast Day to everyone and, as always, thanks for reading!


- John  

Cyber Monday Savings!

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Hey, Online Shoppers!

We’re happy to see you on the other side of the Black Friday weekend. Did you get everything you were after? Were you blown away at the prices you saw as you weaved your way through the aisles of the stores you visited? Well, the sales have been going on at Everything Summer Camp since last Tuesday evening and they rage on in our Cyber Monday sales until tomorrow, the minute before midnight. You’re not too late if you’re still looking for great deals on quality camping gear from Everything Summer Camp!Get your keyboard tapping and mouse clicking done before tomorrow at midnight!

If you have yet to take full advantage of the AMAZING DEALS we have to offer this year, take a good look at some of this sale’s highlights and then, get shopping!



We’re taking $30 off our Solid Color Traditional Steel Camp Trunks like the ever-popular Happy Camper and Undergrad!


Pick the color for each surface panel of your camp trunk and get it for $20 less than the regular price!


These trunks are made with printing technology that embeds the image directly into the exterior metal of the trunk. And they’re currently $20 off their regular price as well!


Find select Trunk Accessories at a discount of 20% to sweeten our trunk deals too!


We’re also popping our Soft Trunk’s regular price bringing it down to under $110!

And that’s not all! This sale is site-wide, so shop around to find other great deals all over! We have Personalized Floor Mats down from $24.99 to $19.99. Our Autograph Pillow Cases went from $14.99 to $11.99. Get Camp. T’s that have gone from $17.99 to $13.99. We took 20% off of all Name Labels and 15% off of all our Laundry Bags!

Have fun finding these fantastic deals all over our shop! Enjoy yourself, but act fast and be sure to get your shopping in before midnight tomorrow! As always, thanks for reading!


- John

A Day for Giving Thanks....and FEASTING!

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Hey, all you Gratified Feasters!

Thanksgiving is here again—a fantastic day we all enjoy in the modern day. Filled with televised parades, traditional football games, and a dinner that’s so good, people fast all day to make sure they have enough room when they finally sit down to eat! But these traditions have been nearly 400 years in the making! Things were quite different back then. Check out some of the things that came before the first Thanksgiving feast. Enjoy today's holiday and enjoy the feast that you'll have in front of you this afternoon!

East! No—West!

Pilgrims first traveled east when they were leaving their home for religious freedom. Many traveled to Sweden in the first decade of the 17th Century. By the 1620’s, however, they were looking elsewhere to settle and decided on traversing the huge Atlantic Ocean.

Good Eats

It’s no wonder that the Pilgrims feasted when they finally succeeded in yielding crops from the land as the Natives had taught them! After all, it had been a long trip to the New World with not much variety in their diet. They mostly ate a hard biscuit called hardtack, salt pork, dried meats (such as cow tongue), pickled food, and oatmeal. That’s about it.

Pop? Corn?

Contrary to common belief, the Natives never did introduce the Pilgrims to popcorn. The Natives were responsible for showing the newcomers how to yield crops of corn, but not the popcorn variety. Not to mention, it wasn’t even known as corn when the Pilgrims first arrived. The word ‘corn’ refers to a particular region’s highest yielding crop. In England, ‘corn’ refers to barley. It took a while before we dubbed this cobbed vegetable corn.

Enjoy the foods you’ve come to know and love when you sit down to the spread at your Thanksgiving table and ring in the holiday season like they have for hundreds of years! Happy Thanksgiving to all of our camp families out there and, as always, I am thankful for my readers!


- John