Man: Not a mark on it. Very good, John. Very good.
John: Good enough.
Man: What was more impressive is how the building sustained no damage, not a mark. Like I said, if it was built by Shelter Works, it’s built for life.
Woman: Yeah, but, wait a second, John’s no Sandy Koufax here. He’s not throwing 120 miles an hour…
Dana: It’s not 120 miles an hour.
Woman: …or anything like that. What I’d like to know is…let’s try something else. What…do you think if we had a baseball bat and we hit the building, would it damage it?
John: Oh yeah. Oh yeah.
Dana: I think it could be…
Man: I don’t think it would put a dent in it.
John: For sure, for sure. Oh yeah.
John: Let’s go. Let’s go.
Man: All right, let’s go. All right, put it to the test.
Man: Let’s see what we’ve got.
Woman: Let me try.
Man: Here you go. Batter, batter, batter, swing, batter, batter, batter…Ooh! All right. Nothing!
Dana: Let me try, I wanna try.
Dana: That’s pretty good.
Man: See what you can do. Come on now. Give it a whack. Oh, come on! You can do better than that.
Dana: What would happen if you hit a steel building with a bat?
Man: It would certainly dent it and then maybe chip the paint and it might be rusting shortly thereafter.
Dana: Okay. All right.
Man: Like this. Back up now.
Dana: All right, all right. Oh and then that’s gonna rust?
Dana: So, fiberglass is tougher than steel.
Man: In many ways.
Dana: I wish more people knew how amazing these buildings are.
Man: Well Dana, if we build them, they will come.