Taking place at the Hilton Daytona Beach Resort/Ocean Walk Village from Nov. 6-8, Cruise Inn’s second-annual conference immediately follows the 2015 National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) Outdoor Hospitality Conference & Expo in Daytona Beach, Fla.
According to an announcement from Cruise Inn, the weekend’s schedule is designed to give Cruise Inn members tools and strategies to help increase their park’s profitability, as industry experts from leading companies such as TripAdvisor, Expedia and Tate Fisher Marketing & SEO will be discussing the latest in marketing, revenue strategy, channel management and trends.
The conference will also include sponsorship and participation by RMS North America, CheckBox Systems, RV Park Signs, Jamestown Advanced Products, Southeast Publications and HD Supply Hospitality Solutions.
“Education should never end at the high school or college level. We have put together an amazing program that will allow our park owners to walk away with the knowledge they need to be more competitive in their markets,” said Scott Anderson, president and CEO of Cruise Inn.
Launched by a group of experienced hospitality professionals, Cruise Inn provides membership opportunities to RV Park and campground owners and developers. Cruise Inn helps its members increase their ROI through higher guest satisfaction; better revenue/yield management; meaningful loyalty programs; multiple booking channels; and effective sales and marketing.
Cruise Inn focuses on providing key benefits to its members, including low fees, a simple contract, no penalties, a voice and vote in all brand initiatives, member-directed standards and brand policies, innovative technology, training, distribution marketing, worldwide sales and marketing, comprehensive support and a brand powered by trusted industry resources.
In addition, Cruise Inn has a highly qualified member-support team that provides sales and marketing assistance. The team’s mission is to ensure consistent implementation of standards and procedures. Members also benefit from delivered training programs and annual visits that ensure standards are maintained.