Red Roof Plus+ Mount Pleasant
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... then on to Hilton Head, but Sraddha called to see if this place had any sites. Well yes, they had a site at the beach campground. BEACH? Did someone say BEACH? If you have been reading along, you know that most of the east coastline is private with limited access, so when a possible campground with beach access comes along, we have to look.
... pain and distress as weapons can work but only when you are selling, not during the pre-sell. So try to paint a positive picture of the product with your pre-sell by focusing on the good stuff that the prospect can get from the product. When you are composing your pre-selling content, try to think of the problems or pitfalls that your prospect might have to deal with so that you can actually push him to find a solution. There are just too many reasons as to why this works, but ...
... the most part, has the least painful past of the ones we visited. It is a story of love, faithfulness and loyalties. Even today, descendants of the original slaves, lovingly work the grounds and are proud of their work and loyalties to the descendants of the original owners.
Hopefully, the pictures here can convey such ...
... but, slick. He said it was a new product being introduced and all we had to do was listen - for 2 hours. What did we have to lose ???
We didn't learn 'til later that it was a time share. Of course this one promises to be different than other time shares. A new concept. Listening to the presentation was interesting. And since we were planning to do those tours anyway, we considered it worth the time spent listening. ...
Today we decided to go to the swamp as the weather wasn't going to be too hot - well if you call 90F cool!
The swamp is located at Magnolia Plantation near Charleston and was about an hour from our hotel. It was a pleasant drive and we arrived about 9:00am. It was $15 for general entry then you pay $8 for each option such as the house tour, wildlife tram, boat tour, swamp etc. So we paid just for the swamp to start with.
The swamp was a ten minute walk from ...