Interview with a Camel
- How much water can you store in that hump?
- That's a popular misconception, camels do not store water in their humps. We store fat in our humps to regulate our body temperature in the desert. It's like how reefer trucks regulate the temperature of fresh or frozen freight.
- Why does everyone call you "The Camel"?
- Ok... moving on. Why do you think you're a good choice to be the mascot for the leading FTL & LTL temperature-controlled freight broker Pyramid Transport?
- Besides the obvious connection that pyramids and camels are found in the desert, camels are known as "ships of the desert". We have been used for transporting goods across deserts for thousands of years. Pyramid Transport has been transporting fresh and frozen goods across America for almost 25 years. A camel is dependable, just like Pyramid Transport.
- Good points. Anything else?
- Camels have an extremely strong sense of hearing for listening, just like Pyramid Transport listens to the needs of their shippers. We're not as slow as we look either. Camels can reach top speeds of 40mph! Pyramid Transport gets your freight where you want it, when you want it there.
- It sounds like you're a perfect fit to represent Pyramid Transport and their temperature-controlled freight services. Thank you for your time today.
- It was my pleasure. Next time you're in Abu Dhabi, pick up a camel milkshake. It's made with real camel's milk and loaded with Vitamin C and Iron.
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