The power of young professionals is being felt throughout the outdoor hospitality industry as they are bringing an influx of new ideas, opinions and viewpoints.
Serving a variety of roles — from owning and managing parks to operating or working with companies that provide a variety of services to RV parks and campgrounds — young professionals are open to new ideas and methods of doing things which are spawning the integration of more digital tools and a tech-savvy approach to marketing and managing campgrounds.
During its Monday, Nov. 23 show at 11 a.m. (EST), WCM Fireside Chats will be hosting a number of young professionals on the show as it takes a look at issues and trends that matter to them, as well as the direction they see the outdoor hospitality industry heading in amid the surge of interest in RVing and camping during the current COVID crisis.
Anyone is welcome to participate in the discussion and we encourage people to join the show on Crowdcast so that we can bring them on to interact through video chat. To register for the show, head to https://www.crowdcast.io/e/am79dneh/register.
Viewers can also watch and ask questions on WCM’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/woodallscm/.
The show is co-hosted by Ben Quiggle, editor of Woodall’s Campground Management magazine and administrator of WOODALLSCM.com (WCM), a publication focused on providing relevant news and information to RV park and campground owners, and Brian Searl, CEO of Insider Perks, a marketing firm that is focused on serving the outdoor hospitality industry.
Cara Braeutigam, from the Canadian Camping and RV Council, is making regular appearances as WCM works to cover the entire North American RV park and campground sectors. Braeutigam shares her perspective on the Canadian outdoor hospitality industry, along with trends and insights.