Vacation rental

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  • Rfpr Case

    Our new client, the hotel’s owner, was waiting for us as we walked into the lobby for the first time. He appeared tired and frustrated. He said, “Please help me get back my successful hotel.” His 235 unit, full service hotel had had its economic rug pulled out from underneath. This two story property was built on a site selected for its proximity to a large GM manufacturing plant. As a result, our client had enjoyed two decades of profitable RevPAR. Each week a small army of suppliers, trainers, dealers, vendors, and corporate managers descended on this hotel. Unfortunately, when General Motors closed the plant and laid off 3500 employees, everything changed. Occupancy, traditionally in the 80s dove down into the 30s. Function space, traditionally vibrant with meetings and events sat under used. The densely wooded surroundings, once a feature, were now an overnight sales obstacle. Prospects and locals could simply not see the hotel from the main road. For years, large directional signage was not necessary. Why? The legion of regular, repeat guests knew exactly where the hotel was. Unfortunately, over the years, the local government imposed several commercial signage regulations. When new signage became urgent, the property had nothing to “grandfather in”. Due to their success, the hotel infrequently responded to sales leads, group requests or RFPs provided by their national franchisor’s sales team. As a result, these opportunities just stopped coming. Direct sales to…

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  • Online Vacation Rental Case Analysis

    Business Segment- Online Vacation Rentals Online vacation rental means renting a whole house at our favorite destination. Travelers or tourists can rent a fully furnished house on a temporary basis at their favorite place. Property owners list their properties using vacation rentals websites to find tenants. These vacation rental websites offer a long list of houses, apartments, townhomes, condominiums, and cottages to select, at a price which compete hotel rooms. In the present busy world,…

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  • Persuasive Essay: Should Kids Have A Summer Break?

    Familyshare, 2017. 7 Mar. 2017. (Bitsko) Cox, Michelle. “Gods Gift of Summer and Family Time.” Guide Posts, Guide Posts, 1 June 2016, Accessed 15 Mar. 2017. Klein, Rebecca. “Summer Learning Loss Study: Can 'Summer Slide' Be Prevernted.”The Huffington Post, The Huffington Inc, 2017,…

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  • Moviefone Case Study

    How to Download Moviefone Movies and Watch Them Offline Part I. Introduction about Moviefone Have you heard about AOL.Inc.? It is known worldwide as one of the top providers of effective and interactive digital advertising solutions. It is also known as the home of world class collection of finest brands, creating unique contents that directly involve audiences across the globe. Why are we talking about AOL? It is because we want to share about Moviefone. Moviefone is a place in the web where…

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  • Landlord Tenant Law Essay

    A renter must pay the lease on time. Nevertheless, it is the landlord job to make sure he is providing a safe, clean, comfortable, and habitable dwelling that meets the housing code standards. On the other hand, tenants (like Roger) are expected to pay for all the damage incurred on the property during their time occupy at estate. Since the landlord will vouch for the grounds and building making sure that the property is clean, neat, accessible, and in same condition upon the end of his or her…

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  • Netflix Swot Analysis Essay

    SWOT analysis of transition into online streaming (in 2007) Strengths Weaknesses • Brand Recognition • Accessibility • Content Contracts • Initial Cost Opportunities Threats • International Expansion • Original content Creation • Content Price • Service Providers Strengths Brand awareness • Netflix was already a known brand by 2007; they had just rented their billionth DVD and had a solid customer base. Accessibility • Introducing a service available on the internet would allow anyone with…

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  • Advantages Of Outer Banks

    Are you interested in buying or selling a home in the Outer Banks area? If you are, you may be interested in using the services of a real estate agent, as many home buyers and home sellers are. While a large number of home buyers and home sellers use the assistance of a real estate agent, you may be wondering whether or not you really should. If you are interested in learning whether or not an Outer Banks real estate agent can help you, you will want to read on. When it comes to selling a home,…

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  • The Room Hyperbole

    Fans come dressed as their favorite characters and throw various objects around as the incomprehensible film rolls onscreen. According to IMB, the film has grossed over 9 million in box office since it’s initial run-- and that listing is from 2013. Rentals and DVD sales are significantly more. In 2015 it was announced that James Franco and Seth Rogan are making a film called “The Masterpiece” based on the making of The Room. Tommy Wiseau is a “contractually obligated cameo”. What posseses…

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  • Persuasive Speech On Throw Away Money

    No one likes to throw away money. But that is exactly what you do when you live in a rented apartment. You pay a monthly rent and you never see that money again. Yes, you do get a roof over your head, and hopefully all the utilities you need, such as electricity, heat, and water, but still, you are paying for things you will never own. Instead that money is going into someone else’s pocket. In other words, you are throwing away money. It is disappearing out of sight and you have nothing to…

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  • Enterprise Leasing Company Case Study

    In the mid 1990s Enterprise growth accelerated and revenues were over one billion for the first time in company history. Additionally, the leasing division took on the name Enterprise Fleet Service, focusing on serving business with midsize fleets. Enterprise went down in history in 1996 as the number one car rental company in the United States. By 1999, revenues were $4.73 billion and growth was towards an international path. The 1990s was a decade where Enterprise…

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