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Tuesday, March 02, 2010

No Blog Keith & Long Island 2nd Home for the Winter

Sorry for the false advertisement on a substitute blog from Keith while I was away, but I guess we had a miscommunication and he did not realize to blog.

Anyway, I wanted to first remind everyone to check out to learn about our new classes. The real estate school is booking fast in both Center Moriches and Bethpage, so get on the site if you want to register for our free CE classes.

While I was away in Utah, which was great by the way, they have the best snow in the world, I was thinking about an issue in Long Island. You know that Utah boasts about being a winter destination with great mountains and snowboarding, in fact I saw a sign saying "there is no place like your 2nd home". Well Long Island is comparable in boasting about being a 2nd home community, but instead as a summer destination. You know the Hamptons, Fire Island, the North Fork. Hell, even Long Beach, the Rockaways, and Montauk. Yet, we have a problem? We only talk summer. In Utah, the whole time I was there all I heard about was the hiking and the mountain climbing and the biking during the spring, fall, and summer. They target the off season, we don't. What are some things that we should promote in Long Island that do not happen in the Summer? Why should people find Long Island to be the best place on earth for a 2nd home?

For starters, lets talk about ice boating, ice skating, the Islanders, restaurants, shows in Patchogue, Westbury, Westhampton and elsewhere, but I am stumped on what else. So please help me with this and lets put together a list of why people should love the Long Island winter.

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