Boomerang Hotel’s GuestHouse To Open Next Month
Tuesday June 11th, 2013 - 2:25PM B
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DICKINSON, TN—The opening of the new, 40-room GuestHouse International Inn & Suites has been scheduled for July 1, according to Bommerang Hotels.
Bobbie and Tina Patel, owner-managers of the hotel, expressed confidence that Boomerang Hotel’s business minded area of encroachment protection, will help their property thrive. The flexible terms that Boomerang Hotels individually tailored for their property and growth plans was another important factor in their decision. Seeing a franchise company include transferability, an exit strategy they can control as well as freedom from liquidated damages made it clear that all parties are working toward the same common goal—running a profitable business.
As a Boomerang Hotels GuestHouse International franchisee, Krupa & Nancy LLC will have access to a dedicated staff of hotel professionals that provide customized support based on the unique identity and individual needs of their property. Boomerang Hotels offers a designated brand website with on-line booking; a 24-7 reservation call center; in-house Director of Revenue Management; and an affordable customer loyalty program. Additionally, each property is assigned a franchise service manager to provide assistance with operations, training and support.
"We continually hear that encroachment is an issue for hotel owners and ensure that this isn’t ever an issue for our franchisees,” Terry Kline, senior vice president of Franchise Development for Boomerang Hotels, said in a statement. “As a result, Bobbie and Tina will be able to work unhindered in their Dickson market with the knowledge that we will not open another company brand next door. We are excited to add the Dickson GuestHouse International hotel to our growing franchise in Tennessee.”
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