An eye opener for anyone with a domain portfolio for sale should be that selling one of those properties can be as easy as going out to dinner. Last night, my fiancée and I were debating what we should do for dinner. We went back and forth with different options and finally decided that the cost effectiveness of the Denny's $2-$8 menu was right on target for our needs and budget that night. Like finding a great deal on a domain, I tend to look for good deals on other things in life as well. We eventually decided going to Denny’s for the night. When we were seated at our booth, we looked over the menu. During which, my phone beeped with a notification. I reached into my pocket to pull out my phone and didn't notice that some of my business cards fell on the floor. Out of the corner of my eye, I notice a man staring over at us, making hand gestures. To my surprise, after trying to avoid conversation, I saw him walking over towards our table. At first, I tried to fight the urge to turn and look, but I couldn’t help it. I put my phone down a bit and shifted my body around so that I could face him and respond with tact. When he gets to the table, he bends over to pick up the business cards on the floor while saying, “Excuse me, but you dropped something.” As he straightens up, I notice that he's reading one of the cards, and he asks, “What is NamePros?” Naturally, I start explaining what it is, the benefits of being a member, and more. A surprise reveals itself when he tells me he owns a couple domains already and asks if he could keep one of my cards. He inquired about what type of domains I own and invest in. Making a long story short, within 15 minutes of talking about my own domains, he makes an offer and we close a deal right there at Denny's. It was a small sale, which holds a verbal non-disclosure agreement. Nevertheless, it opened my eyes and reminded me the basic fundamental of having business cards in the first place: they will never work if they remain in the box. I'm hoping the gentlemen already has or will eventually sign-up on NamePros to expand his domain investing adventures. After that, I not only put a business card in the condiments carrier on the table before we left, but I also wrapped a business card with my Tip for the waitress. What's the bottom line of my story? The ABC’s. Always Be Closing, or in this case, marketing. You never know when or where you'll run into an end user.