This new launch offers the chance for five lucky hotels to rebrand as a Magnuson Hotel without paying the customary 5% membership fee for the first year, as well as gaining access to a wide-range of world-beating hotel marketing and revenue-boosting tools.
Partnering with the Magnuson chain comes with many benefits, as hoteliers who have already joined the franchise know all too well. In the wake of Brexit and amid the current economic uncertainly faced by UK-based hoteliers, joining an established, well-respected group such as Magnuson offers a tried and tested means of entering new markets, battling against decreasing revenues and winning bookings against emerging competitors such as AirBnB.
Bringing over a decade of experience to the hotel industry, Magnuson has helped forge global success stories including the Magnuson Grand Memphis Airport, who have saved themselves over $90k in branding expenses since joining the group, with expected future savings of approximately $360k over the next four years. Since becoming part of Magnuson, the Bridge Point Inn has likewise tripled their revenue and seen around an 192% growth of their business, as well as increased trust from their customers as a result of being part of such a well-respected international brand.
“The brand membership package up for grabs includes the chance to win Magnuson brand usage for one year, as well as connection to the brand’s global reservation system, which will allow winning hotels to access 100% of the travel market instantly,” says Thomas Magnuson, CEO of Magnuson Hotels. “The offer also includes 24-hour support from a personal revenue manager, and a local marketing fund to help promote selected hotels so they can meet their true potential.”
About Magnuson Worldwide:
Since its launch fifteen years ago, Magnuson Worldwide has become America’s fastest growing hotel brand and a top 15 global chain, marketing over 1,000 hotels across six countries and three continents. Magnuson Worldwide’s newly formed distribution partnership with Chinese operator Jin Jiang Hotels and Europe’s Louvre Hotels is the world’s largest hotel alliance, forming a consortium of over 8,000 hotels and 800,000 rooms worldwide, equal to the size of a top 2 global hotel chain.
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