Legacy RV Resorts Awards Cruise to Workamper

November 22, 2010 by   - () Comments Off on Legacy RV Resorts Awards Cruise to Workamper

Legacy RV Resorts has announced that Karen Bradley is the winner of its 2010 Workamper Appreciation Cruise, a  five-day Mexico cruise for two.

The contest was sponsored by Friendswood, Texas-based Legacy RV Resorts, owner and operator of 14 resorts  stretching from Florida to Colorado to Texas to Wisconsin, according to a news release.

Included in the camp-resorts are seven independent parks, five Jellystone Parks and two KOA parks. Each year Legacy employs over 300 Workampers and local workers, in their camp-resorts across the nation. Workampers Legacy‟s RV camp-resorts with maintenance, landscaping, housekeeping and reservation desk help along with numerous other functions.

“Creating a Legacy of Memories” is the mantra which drives Legacy and all their staff. They live this mantra by daily providing the guests with the best possible experience at a good value, the release stated. Top quality Workampers are a crucial to the success of each of our camp-resorts and the Workamper Appreciation Cruise program is just one way Legacy‟s management reward their dedicated Workampers.

Bradley completed her season commitment as a Workamper at Jellystone Warrens in Warrens, Wis., along with her husband, Dean. This was their first season with Legacy RV Resorts in Warrens and once the summer was over in Wisconsin they headed south to be part of Yogi Bear‟s team in Waller, Texas.

About the Contest

After a long season of “Creating a Legacy of Memories” for its thousands of guests, the concept of a way to recognize Workampers was put in place. It is a simple process; Each Workamper commits to a specific time for their contract, they complete their contract and then their name goes in the hat for the cruise drawing. Once the season is over, all the park managers submit their Workampers and the management team for Legacy RV Resorts begin the drawing process. The overall group is narrowed to 100 names, then an on-line automated system begins removing 20 names each day until there are 20 entrants left. For the next few days two names drop off the list until it gets down to a winner.


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