Kitty Hawk, NC, March 03, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Outer Banks Taste of the Beach is less than a month away, taking place March 11-14, 2010. The annual event attracts visitors from many states and grows in popularity and attendance each year. Coastal Living Magazine named this one of the Top 10 Seafood and Wine Festivals. This event includes gourmet fare, micro brews, wine tastings, tapas crawls, cooking classes, champagne brunches and so much more over a 4-day time frame.
The OBX Taste of the Beach offers a little something for everyone. Enjoy fine cuisine, delectable desserts, organically grown produce, fresh seafood, fine local wines, and our personal favorite NC style BBQ. Over 50 activities are scheduled for 2010, ranging from casual picnics to elegant dinners. Special guests include Ed Brantley and Heba Salama, both finalists from the hit TV series “The Biggest Loser.” Outer Banks Blue will be offering Complimentary Early Arrival or Late Check-out with each reservation during the 2010 Taste of the Beach. Visit for the entire week or just 3 nights; rentals are available in every size and price range. Outer Banks Blue offers Blue Ribbon “Customer Service from a rental firm that NEVER takes a vacation”. “It opens your eyes to the culinary experience of true Outer Banks cuisine” says Tim Cafferty, President & Owner.
Outer Banks Blue is a full service Real Estate Rental & Sales Company which serves vacationers and home owners throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. In operation since 2005, the family owned and operated Outer Banks Blue provides professionally managed vacation homes and condominiums in the Outer Banks of NC including the towns of Corolla, Duck, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head and Southern Shores. The Outer Banks Blue website (www.outerbanksblue.com) offers vacationers the ability to search and reserve homes online with real-time availability and Guest Web, a place to sign Electronic Rental Agreements and make online check payments. Outer Banks Blue endorses “Going Green” efforts by reducing, recycling and reusing materials such as paper and gasoline.