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LuckyLugg - Community of Bags/Luggage sharers

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LuckyLugg
11/21/2016 06:40 EST

Hi Guys,

We have just launched an online platform where we can share all kind of luggage for a certain period of time.
Either you can rent a bag or getting paid to share yours.

As an expat in The Netherlands, sometimes we need extra luggage when visiting home or simply when we want to visit another country, and being "alone", it is painful to pay a lot of euros for one trip.

The goal of LuckyLugg is to help people to rent from a local the bag that fills their needs for a period of time. The process is really simple and quick to understand.

If you think this can be a great idea, help us to grow our community by starting to share your bag in:
https://www.luckylugg.com or simply like our Facebook page.

We are really in the beginning, any support will make us fill positive smile

If you have any doubts just contact us or leave a comment bellow.

Please share also your thoughts about this, it is very important for us.

Thanks
Pedro

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