Before forming his campground consulting business in 2014, Joe Moore managed The Vineyards Campground & Cabins in Grapevine, Texas, for 12 years, during which time he guided park staff and outside vendors through multiple expansion projects. Moore’s expansion efforts included over $5 million worth of improvements adding 66 RV sites, the installation of 14 park […]Read More »
Having an RV or towable in an overnight traffic jam can be a life saver! This week we sit down with a new RVing couple got stuck in a winter jam while detouring on their way home. Bob also chats with Matt Olds of East to West RV about their current models and why quality matters. All that and the hot travel and RV news of the week!
WCM was excited to bring on Paul Bosley, from the Business Finance Depot, to discuss financial trends in the outdoor hospitality industry, including development financing, equipment rentals, expansion loans and more.
Our economy has been turned upside down by the Great Resignation, and everyone you talk to now is understaffed. So, take a step back and consider what that really means, as well as how you treat your customers. Consider some approaches to ensuring that your customers are satisfied. Save some time for yourself, save some time for your customer, and let's make everyone happy again by providing excellent customer service.
WCM's Outdoor Hospitality Update invited Scott Foos, CEO and co-owner of Horizon Outdoor Hospitality, and Billie McNamara, general manager of Loon’s Haven Family Campground in Maine, onto the show to discuss how managing a park has evolved over the years due to customer demands and the changing of technology.
Kampgrounds of America Inc.'s CEO and President Toby O'Rourke joined WCM's Outdoor Hospitality Update to talk about the health of the company, what the company is focused on for the future and other topics on RVing and camping in general.
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