Van Life Matters to launch traders directory

Van Life Matters is set to launch a new van life business listing service as part of its latest digital offering for the van life community, with free listings available for independent businesses.

Hosting profiles for a wide range of traders that offer goods and services to leisure vehicle owners, the new Van Life Traders directory is set to become the go-to resource for both van lifers and event organisers seeking traders.

Van Life Matters editor, Mike Ruff said: “Think of it as a virtual trade zone, enabling visitors to browse those unique independent businesses that they may not have otherwise discovered.”

Due to be launched in the coming weeks, the Van Life Traders directory is expected to feature a wide range of businesses including arts and craft stalls, equipment and accessory suppliers, campervan conversion firms and catering vendors.

Listing features include a business overview, photo gallery, contact details and links to social media and online shops.

Mike added: “Van Life Matters is now achieving an average of 18,000 unique website visitors per month, so this is an excellent opportunity for business owners to reach out into our fast growing and highly-engaged audience.

“We’re especially keen to showcase a diverse range of businesses, especially those ran by van lifers themselves.

For a very limited time, independent business can claim a free 12-month listing by using discount code ‘INDIE’ on the business profile submission form.

It follows the successful launch of the Van Life Matters events diary last year, which is now the UK’s most comprehensive calendar of van life festivals and events.

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Jackie Lambert June 23, 2023 at 6:37 am

Awesome! I will share.

Mike Ruff June 23, 2023 at 12:33 pm

Thanks Jackie. There’s lots of interest in the listings, which is encouraging!


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