CONY is Scheduling Zone Meetings in March
Campground Owners of New York (CONY will hold Spring Zone Meetings across New York state the week of March 25.
CONY will present four one-day zone meetings at four separate locations across the state ahead of the start of the 2013 camping season. Zone meetings are designed to provide tools and resources to campground and RV park owners and operators to help them make a success of their business, according to a news release. Campgrounds are welcome to attend the meeting convenient to their location.
The meeting schedule is as follows:
- Monday, March 25, Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls.
- Tuesday, March 26, Holiday Inn, Kingston.
- Wednesday, March 27, The Maplewood Inn, Liverpool.
- Thursday, March 28, Clarion Hotel, Batavia.
Presenters will speak on topics including:
- New initiatives being implemented in 2013 by CONY.
- 2012 campground occupancy survey results.
- Developing disaster plans for parks.
- Legislative and national issues updates.
The event will also feature a mini trade show of campground-friendly vendors and a moderated “cracker barrel” session.
CONY Zone Meetings are opportunities for CONY members – campground and RV park owners and operators – to start their seasons out with current information in order to make the best business decisions possible, as well as order products from vendors and network with fellow members. They are held annually in four locations to serve the 200 member parks around New York state. Non-member campgrounds are welcome to attend to find out more about CONY and its services and benefits.
Registration is $30 per person and includes all materials, continental breakfast and lunch. Registration forms and directions can be obtained from the CONY office at email@example.com, or (585) 586-4360.
“We welcome all campground operators, both members and prospective members to come to a regional zone meeting and encourage them to bring their managers and staff to learn what they need to know to make their businesses the best they can be and find out what CONY can do for them,” said Donald G. Bennett Jr., CONY president and CEO.