Giving Your Guests to the COMPETITION

Phillips, Dan
July 2005
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2005, p192
Trade Publication
Comments on the importance of advertising as a tool to effectively compete in the hospitality industry. Significance of technological innovation to enhance customer service; Inclusion of point of sale mechanism to show local retail with its product and services; Development of advertising campaigns in response to consumer demand.


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