Hunt Valley, MD (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Houstory, creator of The Home History Book archival journal – a luxury journal designed to showcase a home’s unique story – will be featured at the 6th Annual Mid-Atlantic Innkeepers Trade Show and Conference, March 10-12 in Hunt Valley, Md.
The new product helps owners and innkeepers of inns, newer homes and historic bed and breakfasts share the stories behind their properties with guests.
“This is our second year attending the conference, and we are excited to be back again,” said Dan Hiestand, Houstory marketing director. “Guests choose bed and breakfasts and inns for their uniqueness, and our product is designed to help owners and innkeepers show their guests the unique stories and history they came for.”
Photos, important events, renovations, neighbors, and guests – all have a place in the book, Hiestand said.
He added that Houstory is providing free house history research materials to show attendees.
About the Mid Atlantic Innkeepers Trade Show and Conference
The 6th Annual Mid-Atlantic Innkeepers Trade Show and Conference is presented in cooperation with the West Virginia Bed & Breakfast Association, the Pennsylvania Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns, the Authentic Bed & Breakfasts of Lancaster County, the Empire State Bed & Breakfast Association, the Bed & Breakfast Association of Virginia, Preferred Inns of New Jersey, Select Registry and other state B&B Associations. Seasoned innkeepers, new innkeepers and aspiring innkeepers are invited to attend. It will showcase exhibitors with products and services specifically geared to owning, operating, managing, and marketing Bed & Breakfasts and Country Inns. The event will feature a variety of innkeeping courses and bed and breakfast seminars, and will be the most comprehensive and affordable innkeeping conference in the entire Mid Atlantic Region. http://www.midatlanticinnkeepers.com/
About the Home History Book archival journal
Houstory is the creator of the Home History Book, an archival quality journal that is meant to stay with the home. Whether it’s a newer house or an historic home, the journal allows its users to present the property's past and — even more importantly — helps them to tell their current story in words and pictures so it lives on for future generations. The book is a unique real estate closing gift and housewarming gift, and also helps innkeepers – particularly of historic bed and breakfasts – show their guests the stories behind their properties. http://www.homehistorybook.com