Biography:

John & Chris Clarke

Founder, John and Chris Clarke and their 2 teenage daughters have grown up camping and boating in beautiful British Columbia for over 35 years and plan to be full timers upon retirement. They have travelled in Canada and the US.

John has worked as a Project Manager managing multi-million dollar IT projects and now runs a successful IT consulting business in Kelowna, BC. Chris has worked in the nursing profession for over 24 years and has been an entrepreneur all her life. They have managed to combine their passion for camping with John's technology expertise as well as Chris's nursing and entrepreneurial experience to develop and manage a sani dump internet web site, "Sanidumps.com", that continues to provide free information to RVers around the world. The site boasts over 11,000 visitors/month and is growing rapidly. They enjoy sharing their experience and knowledge while at the same time meeting fellow RVers.

Both John and Chris have been frustrated with trying to locate RV dump sites and pump outs. In the past, they had used several camping catalogues to try and find the nearest location and it had been hit and miss. At times they had to drive hundreds of miles before they could dump their tanks and if they decided to take a detour or change their plans, a large amount of time was lost looking for RV dump stations.

Ideally, you should be able to find a dump site within 10 miles of your location and interestingly enough, that is very possible in North America if you know how to find one. Wouldn't it be nice if you could just find RV dump sites on your GPS just like you find Wal Marts or Tim Hortons'? Now this is possible.

Visitors to the site are asking for more education on managing waste water tanks that will reduce repair costs, improve hygiene and be environmentally friendly, all of which contribute to the enjoyment of RVing anywhere, anytime.

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