NeHaCa/Red Rover Camping Form an Alliance
The New Hampshire Campground Owners Association (NeHaCa) and Red Rover Camping recently formed an alliance, reports Robert Bouse, Red Rover Camping’s top dog.
NeHaCa will encourage their 185-plus member campgrounds to affiliate with Red Rover to help them fill their empty campsites with new customers, according to a Red Rover news release. Red Rover has agreed to make available the Red Rover reservation system at no cost to NeHaCa member campgrounds that need a system.
“We continue to emphasize that Red Rover is not in the reservation system business and has no plans of being in that arena,” Bouse stated. “However there are a number of NeHaCa member campgrounds that do not currently have a system. We have spent a great deal to create a state-of-the-art system for Red Rover and the six campgrounds we own and feel that to stay competitive in today’s market every campground should have a reservation system, access to the Internet and be able to book reservation on line with real time inventory. We want owners to know that our slogan A Campground Owners Best Friend is more than just a slogan.”
Gregg Pitman, executive director of NeHaCa, stated, “Red Rover is an excellent tool for our member campgrounds to enhance the marketing they are currently doing, drive new customers to their parks and do so when they know they are going to have empty campsites without having to discount their rate to do so. There are no sign-up costs, fees or contracts. They only pay when Red Rover actually sends them a customer. The added opportunity for our members that don’t have a reservation system to have one for free is an additional benefit to be a member of NeHaCa. It’s a win/win alliance.”
Bouse is hoping that other state campground associations will join the Texas, Florida and New Hampshire Associations and find this type of alliance attractive for their members campgrounds as well. To learn more about Red Rover Camping go to www.RedRoverCamping.com or call (888)833-8399 ext. 1246 to start filling those empty campsites.