My apologies in advance for a somewhat random post. I began the day with the desire to put up some pictures of a few of the unusual ways businesses attract customers. We have our share of sharks and Octopuses, but there are a few others. As I was heading out, I happen to catch a photo of a gray heron in our backyard. He wanted to pose so I thought what the heck. Here he is.
Then walking on the beach, I came across this bouquet of flowers. My imagination took hold, and I decided a brokenhearted lover who lost his true love to a boating accident made a visit to the beach and brought her a gift. Well, that’s my version maybe you have one of your own.
Finally, I turned my concentration to the project at hand, unusual ways to attract customers. The first I call, “shower your customers.”
Yes, that is a waterfall over the entrance of the shop. One does not get wet going inside but the potential is certainly there.
This next shot is a new RV resort in town. Oh yes, we need another RV resort almost like we need a case of black mold. If the resort isn’t enough, check the anchor out front.
Yup. That’s Day-Glo pink. So in keeping with the environment. (not) The next photo is also an abundance of pink but done in the style of the island.
Gratitude is a gift shop that uses pink to the ultimate, and it works.
Hope you like the views this week. I’ll leave you with a quiz.
What do bikinis, flip-flops, and sunglasses all have in common? Give up? They are all disposable at these prices. Have a good week.