Man 1: I go through the most recent shipping schedule, I see we’ve shipped another five buildings to Natural Gas locations. It looks like we’ve got four going to waste water. Oh, and here we’ve got one going to my favorite location, a golf course. So you’re shipping quite a few to golf courses recently.
Man 2: Not surprising.
Woman: But I’m surprised that…wouldn’t the golf ball cause a dent if it hit the building?
Man 2: I don’t think so. I don’t think it would leave a mark.
Woman: I can understand if it’s a far distance. But even if you’re close in the tee box, and it’s real close-range, because they go like 100 miles an hour.
Man 2: I know. Those balls are hard and moving fast off the club, but I still don’t think it’ll leave a mark.
Man 1: Well, there’s one way to find out. I think we should do our own testing. So, I happen to have my golf clubs with me. So why don’t we go outside and test it on a building?
Man 2: Let’s do it.
Man 1: Okay.
Woman: Okay, show me.
Man 1: Nice and tough.
Man 2: Wow, what a shot.
Woman: It’s amazing. I don’t see anything. Not a single dent here. The only thing I see is a little blue and yellow paint from like maybe where the logo was. That’s incredible.
Man 2: I’m not surprised. Remember, if it was built by Shelter Works, it was built for life.