The New Dub Club - the man reinventing the VW camper
Big thanks to Herefordshire Live for featuring Dub Box in the following article.
Since The Only Way Is Essex featured a ‘glamping’ episode, camping has arguably become as much the preserve of the hen party as it has the boy scout.
This is a brave new world. And one where sleeping out in the Great Yonder no longer means waking up without a freshly-brewed espresso.
The rise of this industry over the last three or four years has been matched by a second trend in al fresco living: the street food truck.
From music festivals to urban high streets these mobile kitchens keep the nation caffeinated and dirty-fingered. That old adage about never being more than 10-feet from a rat in London? It’s now true of food trucks selling pulled pork.
And yet in amongst this new wave of 21st Century caravanning is a company that stands out as much for its discerning aesthetics, as a timeless feel that echoes an era that came before glamping, before Dub Box’s own inception six years ago, and before The Apprentice’s power-dressing airheads hawked it to a TV audience of 10 million.
We went to meet the man who makes campers and food trucks for the world from his rural Herefordshire workshop.
To read the whole article please visit Herefordshire Live by clicking here: http://herefordshirelive.co.uk/culture/great-outdoors/the-new-dub-club-the-man-reinventing-the-vw-camper