Wellsville, Utah (PRWEB) July 29, 2015
The addiction treatment center, Sherwood Hills Recovery Resort (http://www.SherwoodHillsRecoveryResort.com), is the home of the former resort hotel known simply as Sherwood Hills. The entire center has 98 rooms, sits on 706 acres of mountain property in Sardine Canyon, and has just about every amenity that you can imagine, and even some that you wouldn’t. Aside from the amenities you’d expect from a former resort, there is a sauna that the treatment center uses for detox and a full service Spa where clients are given weekly massages to help their bodies cope with the discomfort of withdrawal. On top of this, there is the outside hiking trails and ropes course where clients can get back to nature and rediscover themselves. Combine these surroundings with a variety of new treatment protocols used by the experienced counselors at Sherwood Recovery and you have a recipe for remission.
“There isn’t anything like this in the State of Utah, or anywhere else for that matter,” Geldmacher brags. “This is no doubt the premier facility in the Western United States and with the opportunity to help and change so many lives by providing them with world class care, it was really just an opportunity I couldn't pass up. I truly couldn't be more excited to be a part of Sherwood Hills Recovery Resort.”
The addiction treatment business, commonly called drug and alcohol rehab, is a very competitive one making marketing almost as important as the treatment these companies provide. Geldmacher has operated Greenlight Recovery (http://www.GreenLightRecovery.com) a lead referral source to the drug rehab industry for four years, giving him the experience that Knapp felt was needed to bring Sherwood’s marketing efforts to a new level. “Tyler knows how to market a treatment facility and has helped us over the last two years, part-time. We just finally decided that we needed him on board 100% to completely reorganize and modernize our marketing efforts.” In order to get Geldmacher to commit to full-time at Sherwood Hills, Knapp decided that he would buy out his entire company.
In addition to the expertise Geldmacher brings to the table, the company has long lists of leads and contacts within the industry, both local and regional. There are proprietary systems and specialty Google Adwords lists that will benefit the new owner significantly. The new management and marketing team has outlined a 90 day plan to bring the facility to its capacity. Geldmacher has assured Knapp that he can easily meet that objective because of the quality of the facility and of the treatment providers who work there.
Both Knapp and Geldmacher are pleased for the opportunity to work together in an industry ripe with opportunity, but that can change people lives every day in ways that, in many cases, are a matter of life and death. They both agreed that this is a good work… and good business.