Please attend the webinar, “How You Can Profit From Creating Memorable Guest Packages.” This is scheduled for Wednesday November 16 at 2 pm. All members of the Professional Association of Innkeepers International may register to attend.
How You Can Profit From Creating Memorable Guest Packages: Regardless of the number of rooms your inn has, every innkeeper can profit from designing memorable packages for their guests. Since guests do not want to “work” to put together a great vacation, you can coordinate things on the front end (before they arrive) so your guests can relax and enjoy their experience. Guests are willing to pay more for things to be planned in advance for them.
In this webinar, we will discuss creative ways to put packages together using your knowledge of your inn’s local area and by partnering with local businesses including restaurants and attractions. This is extra income that is there for the earning and for the satisfaction of pleasing your guests who will no doubt return again soon because of their memorable stay.
You Will Learn:
- What It Means To Be Memorable
- 5 Essential Questions To Ask Before Designing a Package
- 10 Types of Packages and What They Can Include
- Don’t Forget To Add “The Fine Print”
- and much more!
Enjoy hospitality photographer Marcus Berg of Unique Angles Photography‘s images throughout the presentation. Marcus travels across the country to take pictures of bed and breakfast inns, hotels, restaurants, and food.
With his talent for lighting, Marcus Berg is able to capture what is outside a window from inside a room. Marcus is easy to work with and will makes very flattering pictures of fine accommodations and cuisine.
This webinar, “How You Can Profit From Creating Memorable Guest Packages” will be recorded and I will add the link to this webinar once the Professional Association of Innkeepers International posts it on their website. Innkeepers interested in contacting me can use the contact form on my website. Thank you.
Food image by Marcus Berg of Unique Angles Photography