On May 11, members of the British Columbia Lodging and Campgrounds Association (BCLCA) will hear from the association’s directors about operational tips and solutions as a new camping season approaches.
From 10:00 AM (Vancouver Time), BCLCA directors will host an hour-long open session to share marketing ideas, staffing sourcing solutions, tips on maintenance, and using technology to manage operations of their campground.
Business conditions will also be discussed and directors will update members on the pace of bookings and pricing models.
“This will stimulate an operational discussion on practical ideas and solutions and give attendees tips to take away and use in their business over the season,” BCLCA Executive Director Joss Penny wrote in a member email.
A fully-interactive cracker barrel session to be led by BCLCA President Jamie Cox after the webinar will allow BC park operators to ask the directors some operational questions they may have. During this 30-minute question-and-answer session, operators are free to cultivate the conversation by chiming in with answers or comments to dive deeper into the topics.
BCLCA members who are interested in attending the webinar and town hall session must register in advance. If they have not received the invitation, they may email the association for the registration link.
The British Columbia Lodging and Campgrounds Association (BCLCA) is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of independently owned and operated small and mid-sized lodging and campground/RV park businesses in the Canadian province.