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Small Town Life

I've been thinking over the last several days of our target audience with this project. With any business endeavor one has to figure out the needs and likes of the people they are trying to reach. What are we trying to share and what do the people that would want this experience have in common?

One thing we know for sure, is that we share a bond with folks who love the Buffalo River. We have spent countless days and numerous special occasions celebrated on its banks, floating it, or hiking the trails surrounding it. So we are for those people. The ones who want to come and enjoy and then find a quiet place to relax in the evening.

We are also for the people who want to experience the simple joys of small-town country life. With our glamp sites, we wanted to provide an environment where people could feel completely at ease and secluded, and enjoy a mixture of nature and simple everyday comforts while having access to all of these surrounding possibilities.

Like the community fishing pond, Raccoon. Springs in Marshall, where we stole away for about 2 hours to spend some much-needed quality time with our family this weekend. While we wait for our pond to be fully stocked, this provides a nice getaway when the river is up too high, and smiles and enjoyment for all. I plan to write about all the unique things around the community that make it special to us, because maybe you'll want to to partake of them also. We love life here and can't wait to share it with you.



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