[Infographic] Classic Resorts Nets a New Channel of Travelers by Launching Advocacy with Flip.to
November 16, 2017 1:39am
Classic Resorts are getting introduced to their best audience yet at a scale, quality and value that's unmatched
Orlando, FL — November 16, 2017 — Classic Resorts have tapped Flip.to to open up an entirely new marketing channel for two of their vacation rental resorts in the islands of Hawaii—Kaanapali Alii and Lahaina Shores Beach Resort. Together, they paired up with the advocacy platform to top their goals in 2017, getting introduced to new audiences at a higher quality and lower cost.
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With Flip.to, Classic Resorts is inspiring travelers around the world with authentic stories shared by their travelers—building relationships, widening their scope to the highest quality audience, and diversifying their marketing strategy.
Hotels worldwide are switching on advocacy with Flip.to. Advocacy works for all types of hotels, and all types of travelers. By design, it helps hotels, resorts and vacation rentals get introduced to the perfect audience at a scale that's unmatched.
The luxurious Maui vacation rentals of Kaanapali Alii and Lahaina Shores Beach Resort are the ideal choice for extended families, friends traveling together, and couple getaways. To reserve a stay, visit http://www.kaanapalialii.com or http://www.lahainashores.com.
If you’re interested in how advocacy is helping vacation rentals, hotels and destinations, take a tour at http://flip.to, or contact Jeff Weibel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Contact: Jeff Weibel, Chief Marketing Officer
Classic Resorts is a resort management company specializing in condominium and luxury vacation home rentals on the Islands of Maui and Hawaii’s Big Island. The company successfully manages premier resort properties in Hawaii’s most coveted locations.
Classic Resorts is led by a team of three partners each with over 30 years of resort management experience. Past experience includes management of properties in Hawaii, in Colorado (Aspen, Vail and Snowmass), and in South Carolina (Sea Pines Plantation at Hilton Head).
Today Classic Resort manages Maui Resorts - Kaanapali Alii, Puunoa Beach Estates, Lahaina Shores Beach Resort, and Hawaii Resorts - Champion Ridge, Mauna Lani Point, and The Islands at Mauna Lani. The company also manages corporate retreats. http://www.ClassicResorts.com
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