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How to Get the Lowest Hotel Group Room Rates
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How to Get the Lowest Hotel Group Room Rates

Posted January 8th, 2016 by in Blog

SWAP REVENUE…Having historical information on your total spend in food and beverage can help you swap a higher food and beverage minimum with a lower group room rate. SHORT LIST…Once you have a final list of hotels and availability, make sure to short list at least two to three hotels and ask those hotels to…

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How to Avoid No-Shows at Your Event
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How to Avoid No-Shows at Your Event

Posted December 4th, 2015 by in Blog

COMMUNICATION IS KEY…you must be a good communicator which includes not only a good RSVP tool but being proactive with a pre-event communication follow up. KNOW WHO’S NOT SHOWING UP…you can’t fix it if you don’t know about it so make sure to track your no-shows and which groups or segments they belong to. SET…

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October 2015 – How to Use Twitter to Expand The Marketing of Your Event
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October 2015 – How to Use Twitter to Expand The Marketing of Your Event

Posted October 27th, 2015 by in Blog

MAKE SURE TO DISTRIBUTE FREE WI-FI INFO…Include wi-fi name and password. Save money by getting the wi-fi sponsored and promote the sponsor’s name on wi-fi signage and in announcements. CREATE A UNIQUE HASHTAG…Before you promote it, search a Twitter hashtag directory to check whether anyone has used this hashtag or whether it’s closely associated with…

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How to Avoid or Reduce Your Hotel Attrition Liability
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How to Avoid or Reduce Your Hotel Attrition Liability

Posted August 7th, 2015 by in Blog

DON’T GUESS…Your contracted room block for your group should not be an educated guess. Use your historical numbers and your pre and post days are vital to keep your liability to a minimum. If it is a first time meeting, be cautious with your room block until you have better history. DON’T WAIT…Don’t let time work against you. Talk…

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