Captain Obvious, the spokesperson for Hotels.com, is known for stating the obvious, obviously.
"Thank you, Captain Obvious." Which got me thinking, We could really use this plain-speaking military type at the library. Just think, I thought, it's so obvious that libraries can save you money, we need this fellow as our spokesman. I really think the American Library Association should jump on this idea. Maybe Captain C. would even do some public service announcements for American libraries. Suggested scripts for Captain Obvious to recommend public libraries to the public:
Captain C: The Berkeley Heights Free Public Library is free, so it saves you money!
Captain C: If you borrow a book from a library, you don't have to pay for it, so it's free and that saves you money!
Captain C: Don't buy ebooks, borrow them for free from the library. It will save you money not to buy them!
Captain C: Don't buy DVD's, borrow them for free from your library to save money!
Captain C: A library card never charges fees like a credit card! That saves you money.
Thank you, Captain Obvious!
How do libraries save you money?