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Falling Gas Prices Make Outer Banks More Tempting
Posted by Brindley Beach Vacations and Sales | Sunday, December 14, 2014


Now that gas prices are falling and it looks as though they are going to stay on the lower side of $3.00/gallon for a while, a trip to the Outer Banks is becoming even more tempting.

Of course, here at Brindley Beach we think any time is a good time to visit, but the falling gas prices certainly makes the trip a little more affordable. And even in the off season, there is still a lot to do for our visitors.

The Christmas season is a very special time for us, and for any of our visitors who have not been here at this time of the year, we urge you to think about stopping by. The pace of life is slower, there’s a wonderful feeling of community and for anyone who is missing the small town feel to Christmas, come for a week or a long weekend and discover why we love this place we call home.

Since we’re talking about visiting the Outer Banks, this is probably a good time to remind our visitors to make your summer reservations as early as you can. It’s been said many times, but it’s still true. “Shop early for best selection.” 

In other words, let us know your plans as soon as possible so we can help you find the right Outer Banks home for your family.

 


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