The brave men and women who rent OBX rentals in Corolla NC rentals facilities love to regale their customers, their friends, and their family members with facts and figures about OBX rentals and other scuba related subjects.
“For example,” the brave men and women who rent OBX rentals in Corolla NC and other Nags Head vacation rentals shops begin their stories, “did you know that that the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse which is located about several hundred miles from our little shop here, that we built with our own two hands, is the tallest brick lighthouse in the United States of America? It’s true! It’s more than 208 feet tall, which is much taller than our little OBX rentals shop here!”
The customers often nod their heads when they hear these details. They simply do not care about anything except the price of their OBX rentals. But the brave men and women who work at these Obx rentals shops and Outer Banks rentals shops simply do not notice that their customers do not car. So they continue with their stories. “Did you know that over 400 species of birds have been identified at the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge on Hatteras Island? It’s true! These birds love that island as much as we do!”
The customers continue to nod politely while the brave men and women who sell OBX rentals continue to blabber on and on about useless trivia. “Did you know that Jockey’s Ridge State Park, which is located in Nags Head, has the highest sand dune on the East Coast with peaks at more than 90 feet? That is much more impressive than the sand dunes in South Carolina!”
The customers nod their heads politely because they do not care at all about sand dunes, whether they are record holding sand dunes or not. But the men and women who sell OBX rentals keep talking as if they did not notice or care that their customers lost their interest in the subject more than an hour ago. “Did you know that Congress approved the construction of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in 1794 after they discovered that all of the ships foundering off of the coast in this area made the area dangerous for Atlantic shipping? The area has since earned the nickname, the Graveyard of the Atlantic, and today it is a popular destination for scuba divers and other people who might need our OBC rentals.” Read more: www.sunrealtync.com