HTM 101 Presentation 20 Student Version

HTM 101 Presentation 20 Student Version - CLUB FACTS There...

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CLUB FACTS: There Are 14,000 Private Clubs in the US  Clubs Employ Over 256,000 People  Clubs Serve Over 2.8 Million Members  The Average Club Spends $903,000 in the  Local Community  On Average, Clubs Raise $147 Million for  Charity Each Year
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THE “UNIQUENESS” OF CLUBS: Management is closely related to hotels  and resorts Major differences are (1) dues, (2)  emotional attachment, (3) personal  treatment
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WHY JOIN A CLUB?: ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________
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Types of clubs include: _______________________ _______________________ _______________________
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ATHLETIC CLUBS include a variety of  indoor recreational activities such as  racquetball and squash courts, health  and fitness facilities, indoor swimming,  conference facilities, and even lodging.
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DINING CLUBS are used for “dining  functions” and are primarily used for  lunches, receptions, and dinners.  These  are places to hold meetings and  entertain clients.
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PROFESSIONAL CLUBS are dining and  social clubs for people in the same  profession.
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SOCIAL CLUBS require no affiliation  except that they enjoy each other’s  company.
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