The website photos show a nice little trailer, and I think the website is interesting, and written in a fun, breezy, young, quite American style. I enjoyed the writing style, instead of the typical stiff, spec oriented only stuff we often see. The website is quite informative for a very new, not (yet) publicized product.
I called the number (after hours), and the phone was answered by a recording of a very pleasant female voice with a Carolina accent. I didn't leave a message.
Five minutes of my time on the internet yields this:
Chandler is a real person. The corporation is listed. He holds a patent on the magic table referenced in the website (applied for two years ago.) The Parkliner
trademark is almost two years old. The business address is on a sparsely populated street, not far from a railroad crossing. Chandler is a member of the board of an environmentally friendly association (I'll not list it) and active in his church (I'll not list that, either), as well.
I do not know Chandler, have never met him, or spoken to him or anyone at the company, have never been to Gibsonville, NC., and I'm not looking for a trailer, so I don't have a "dog in the hunt."
However, unless his website and product have been hijacked by a scammer, I think he's not only real, but his trailer is worth looking at.
Given the reaction here to the last few new manufacturers' initial posts, I don't blame him for not joining yet.
Does anyone on the forum live near Gibsonville? I'm sure a lot of us would love to see photos from a member of this new little trailer.
I'm sure it was a huge investment of time, money, and skill to get the trailer ready to market. I certainly wish him and the company employees well.