TengoInternet Offers Wi-Fi Class for CPO Credit

June 2, 2009 by   - () 1 Comment

logo209x891 TengoInternet, the oldest and largest wireless Internet provider for the outdoor hospitality industry, has  developed an educational seminar on Wi-Fi for RV resort owners and staff. 

 The course covers key satisfaction drivers of Wi-Fi, how owners can use wireless networks to enhance the  guest experience and ways to use Wi-Fi to improve business operations, according to a news release. 

Eligible participants will be awarded Certified Park Operator (CPO) credit upon completion of the seminar from the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC). 

The next scheduled seminar will be held on June 25. Interested parties can register for the seminar using this link: 

Main seminar topics include:

  • Broadband basics. 
  • Ways to improve the guest Wi-Fi experience. 
  • Liability considerations related to consumer actions while using Wi-Fi. 
  • Using Wi-Fi to improve business operations including point of sale devices, guest feedback systems, merchant applications and video surveillance. 

TengoInternet has significant experience installing and managing over 400 wireless networks. This experience provides TengoInternet with an unmatched perspective on how to leverage Wi-Fi networks to improve an RV resort’s bottom line. 

“We are pleased to be able to offer our Wi-Fi expertise to the industry,” said Eric Stumberg, TengoInternet CEO and co-founder. “Wi-Fi is a critical differentiator for our customers. With the addition of a Wi-Fi system resorts have the opportunity to leverage their network not only to increase guest satisfaction but also to enable additional business tools and services. We are proud to be recognized by ARVC for our industry leadership and pleased to help resort owners grow their businesses using wireless Internet.”


One Response to “TengoInternet Offers Wi-Fi Class for CPO Credit”

  1. Kathleen Bernaden on September 16th, 2009 6:37 am

    My husband and I are thinking of buying a camp ground. We are looking for information on how to buyone, and how to manage one. And any other information you could supply us with. Do you have any seminars on how to buy a campground? Or a seminar on how to manage a campground?

    Thank You for your time.

    Kathleen Bernaden