Membership in the Wisconsin Innkeepers Association is an investment in your success! From promoting your property in our Wisconsin Lodging Directory to our contract Lobbyist in Madison to our monthly electronic newsletter -The InnSider- we bring results. Below are just a few of the ways we work for you….
1. MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES:
Expand your marketing presence while saving money through:
- A free listing in the Official Wisconsin Lodging Directory (annual distribution over 220,000)
- A free, complete listing at www.WisconsinLodging.info (over 22,000 unique visitors last month alone)
- Two dozen online, digital billboard and print advertising opportunities in niche markets that are important to you
2. LEGISLATIVE VOICE & ESSENTIAL INFORMATION:
Protect the interests of your business; from Room Tax to State Tourism Marketing Funding and beyond, we make sure you’re heard. You’ll also be kept informed about regulatory changes impacting your business before it’s too late.
Whether you’re recruiting employees, advertising to travelers, or training new or existing staff, members-only discounts are available to help you.
Make new connections with some of the best and brightest in Wisconsin lodging at Committee meetings, Seminars, and our Annual Lodging Conference & Trade Show. Additionally, WIA keeps you connected to our national organization (AH&LA) as well as other state tourism groups.
5. LEGAL RESOURCES
From free preliminary legal advice from our experienced legal counsel to the Innkeepers’ Resource Guide, we have the answers to your questions.
6. EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
Discounted training materials, educational workshops, and our Resource Lending Library provide you and your team a variety of training opportunities.
Current information and timely notices -including the latest Smith Travel Research Data for Wisconsin -through our quarterly InnTouch magazine, monthly electronic InnSider, and Legislative E-Alerts keep you up-to-date.
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