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May 2015 - Club and Resort Business
As it has seen one of Texas’ most vibrant cities grow up around it, the 111-year-old property has maintained a solid and stable position as a well-balanced community fixture.
The club world continues to adapt and change to address the expectations of new member demographics, while keeping in balance the traditions that have defined success with existing, tenured members.
“MEGO” (My Eyes Glaze Over) doesn’t just happen in conversational situations—it’s a reaction that should be anticipated, and prevented, with any message, whether it’s written, posted, Tweeted or YouTubed.
A club that gets poor direction from its committees will end up with something far worse than a funny-looking horse. Here are some best practices for building effective committee structures.
Mizner CC is giving a voice to the next generation through its Junior Board of Directors.
After transitioning into self-management of its summer camp program, Houston Racquet Club is moving forward with big plans for Camp FUEL.
To protect people and the environment, golf course properties must take safety seriously when it comes to the storage and handling of chemicals and fertilizers.
Tara Iti Golf Club in Te Arai, New Zealand, is taking alcohol mobile through its stylish “Baravan.”
Executive Chef David Daniot, CEC, has come home to help steer Grosse Pointe Yacht Club into exciting new culinary channels.
Despite compact kitchens and limited space, successful snack bars offer a wide range of food-and-beverage fare, as well as an inviting social area.
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