Alice Cooper may have said it first, but we are about to start hearing kids everywhere sing “school’s out for summer.” As many know, the first few weeks of having the kids home 24/7 are absolute bliss. The days are filled with activities, swim lessons, play dates and more. Finally, the inevitable need for alone time hits and stay-away camps begin to sound appealing.
Now that you’re in stay-away camp research mode, what ever happened to the phone number of camp counselor your friend recommended? Whitepages is here to help. Did you know you can lookup the counselor’s number as well as look up the number of recommended camps using our business and people search tools? Read on to see how you can effectively utilize Whitepages to find needed camp information that was lost during the transition to summer.
- You lost a recommended counselor’s number, now what?
Don’t fret! If you or your friend remembers the counselor’s name, simply head to Whitepages and type in the name and address as seen below. After you click “search,” you will see names populate with phone numbers.
Hint: You can look up the counselor by number, too! Rather than searching by “person” you search by “phone,” as shown in the image below. All you need to do is type in his or her phone number in our reverse phone lookup and click “search.” The embarrassment of forgetting their name is averted.
- “Now, where did I put the camp’s number?” If you’re asking yourself this question right now, you’re not alone. It’s easy to remember the name of your kid’s favorite camp, but it’s not always so easy to remember, let alone write down the number. Rather than spending time looking through your rolodex to find it, you can quickly search for the number on Whitepages using our business search tool. As shown in the image below, click the “business” tab on the Whitepages homepage. Next, type in the camp’s name and location (we chose Boys and Girls Club) and you’ll see a list populate with the needed numbers.
It’s that easy! Plan some alone time this summer by scheduling a kid’s camp with help from Whitepages.