“Bring your house and share your partner!” Louisiana Man Announces Plans to Open First Trailer Park for SWINGERS Next Year
- David Aucoin Plans to Open Tee Boi’s Swingers Trailer Park in Mamou, Louisiana, Memorial Day Weekend 2022
- Facilities include a nude pool, a nude yoga ‘stadium’ and a ‘key party cabana’
- After putting up a sign announcing his plan at the proposed site, he says he received dozens of calls from across the country.
- He posted on his board for potential visitors to send pictures of their husbands for ‘approval’
- He said it was meant as a joke, but people took it seriously and sent in pictures.
A Louisiana man has announced plans to open the first swingers trailer park with the slogan “bring your home and share your partner.”
David Aucoin plans to open Tee Boi’s Swingers Trailer Park in Mamou, Louisiana, next Memorial Day weekend.
After putting up a sign announcing his plan at the proposed site, he says he received dozens of calls from across the country from people saying they will be visiting.
Facilities include a nude pool, a nude yoga ‘stadium’ and a ‘key party cabana’.
He recently put up the sign where he says he will build it, along with his phone number, and says people have shown interest.
David Aucoin plans to open Tee Boi’s Swingers Trailer Park in Mamou, Louisiana, next Memorial Day weekend. Since putting up a sign with his plans, he says he’s received dozens of phone calls
Speaking to local media outlet KLFY, he said he plans to open the site over the Memorial Day 2022 weekend.
He said he was joking when he asked people to submit photos of their husbands “for approval,” but has received dozens of submissions.
‘You can come to Mamou for many good things. This will be one of them,” he told local network KLFY, adding that the swinger scene was “bigger” than most know.
‘Live free and don’t be afraid of it. There is a large community of them. I think some of them are not shy.
“Those who are shy, hell with them. Roll with it. It’s a good thing compared to most things!’ he said.
Some people who called him didn’t believe the plan was real, he said.
“We’ve got some from Pennsylvania, we’ve got some from Arkansas, all over Acadiana of course, all over Mamou, Ville Platte, Lafayette, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Slidell.
Aucoin also launched a Facebook page to promote its plans
“We have text messages from all over the country. It’s mind-boggling.
“Most of them call or text just to see if it’s real, just to see if someone is going to answer because they’re going to say, ‘Oh no. There’s no one. It’s not a real number.”
Or they go on Facebook and say, ‘Oh, it’s not a real number.’
“I got up there and said, ‘I’d be a fat frog leg if it’s not a real number.’
“Everyone starts calling and they start yelling, ‘Hey, what’s your address? Is this in Mamou? Where is this?” Yes.’
He posted on his board for potential visitors to send photos of their husbands for “approval.”
He said it was meant as a joke, but people took it seriously and sent in pictures.
“That was more of a joke to reassure people and create an atmosphere.
“People took it further than you can imagine. We got a lot of pictures and a lot of phone calls and a lot of texts, voicemails. It’s unreal,” he said.