Feed America even while on vacation!

Help us MAKE A DIFFERNCE one can or box at a time!

  When you are checking out of your vacation home and moving in the direction of the bridge to head home, please feel free to stop by our office and leave any of your non-perishable items taking up too much space on the way home.  We will donate these items to the Food Pantry and the food will be dispersed to families in need all over the state of North Carolina.
Outer Banks Blue aids in local Food Bank donations several times a year- through holidays & damage from storms to support our local families in need.
You give more than the donation to someone in need, you give hope!  Outer Banks Blue allows each employee to volunteer for an 8 hour paid day of work while representing the company in any field of choice.  Outer Banks Blue Marketing Director, Michelle Elmore, volunteers at The Food Bank of The Albemarle in Elizabeth City, NC.  This is one of the busiest places in the business of distributing food donations in NC. 

“I worked harder in one day at the Food Bank, than I have in any restaurant in my work history, and have never felt more enriched.” ~Michelle Elmore~ READ MORE

Memory Monday 7/29/13

Go Fly A Kite!

It is a rainy Monday here on the Outer Banks and we need something to brighten our day.   So today’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Kasey Woodrum who sent along this picture of her daughter flying a kite on the beach on Hatteras Island earlier this year. READ MORE

The historic “Nags Head Hammock” on the OBX

One of the best things to do on the Outer Banks is to relax!  What is more relaxing than the ocean breeze, your favorite book or lap top and a comfortable hammock to escape ?  You can swing the day away while you let your thoughts drift somewhere else for awhile.  READ MORE

Memory Monday 6/17/13

Footsteps on the beach

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Bill Ward who shares with us an iconic picture from the beach.   Who can’t identify with the peace and solitude of this beautiful “Memory Monday” photo? READ MORE

Sweet Summer time on the OBX!

There is just something about summer time…flowers blossom, kids are finished with school work, routines change,¬†gardens grow, families spend more time outdoors, cook outs, baseball games, pool parties…what I am missing?¬† READ MORE

Memory Monday 5/27/13

Memorial Day Remembrance


It is a safe bet that most of us would rather lounge on the beach, fire up the grill in the back yard or enjoy a baseball game than dwell on the somber origins of Memorial Day.   Living on the Outer Banks, with one of the largest concentrations of military in the world within 70 miles in Norfolk, VA, we locals constantly are reminded of the sacrifices of war as the evening news seems all too filled with reports of casualties overseas. READ MORE

Memory Monday 1/14/13

Like my shades?

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Heather Eddy of King George, Virginia who stayed with Outer Banks Blue last August in the property “Tranquility Base” in South Nags Head. READ MORE

Storm Aftermath in Kitty Hawk (11/1/12

Storm Aftermath in Kitty Hawk (11/1/12)

Memories of Tuesday when traffic from Rt. 158 was re-routed through our parking lot to avoid a flooded roadway

Its Thursday morning here in Kitty Hawk on the Outer Banks, and the rumble of heavy machinery and the beeps of those machines as they shift to reverse are constant in the area.   The N.C. Dept. of Transportation has responded to the effects of Hurricane Sandy with unprecedented manpower and machinery to clear the area of the storm. READ MORE

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