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© 2011, Educational Institute Chapter 8 Club Management Hospitality Today: An Introduction Seventh Edition (103TXT or 103CIN)
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© 2011, Educational Institute 2 Competencies for Club Management 1. Summarize background information about clubs; list and describe types of city clubs; and describe country, yacht, fraternal, and military clubs. 2. Compare equity clubs with corporate or developer clubs; outline club organization and the duties of, personal attributes of, and advancement opportunities for a club manager; list and describe typical revenue sources for clubs; and give examples of club expenses and controls.
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© 2011, Educational Institute 3 Types of Clubs City clubs Athletic Dining Professional Social University Country clubs
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Unformatted text preview: Country clubs • Other clubs Yacht Fraternal Military © 2011, Educational Institute 4 Ten Traits of Successful Club Managers 1. Effective at interpersonal relationships 2. Dedicated 3. Lots of integrity 4. Organized; good administrators 5. Creative, visionary 6. Intelligent 7. Professional 8. Good communicators 9. Strong leaders © 2011, Educational Institute 5 Revenue Sources for Clubs • Membership dues • Initiation fees • Assessments • Sports activities fees • Food and beverage sales • Other sources © 2011, Educational Institute 6 Sources of Club Expenses • Payroll • Operating supplies • Cost of food • Cost of beverages • Real estate taxes and insurance...
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