The Superior Small Lodging Association Forms Allied Member Committee to Strengthen the Ties Between Lodgings and Suppliers

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The Superior Small Lodging Association has formed an Allied Member Advisory Committee composed of suppliers of products and services to the hospitality industry; restaurants and attractions in an effort to give its allied members an easier path to reaching lodging members of the association.

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The Advisory Committee will assist SSLA in developing mutually beneficial opportunities and strengthen our partnerships through strategic collaboration.

The Superior Small Lodging Association (SSLA) announced the formation of an Allied Member Advisory Committee for suppliers of products and services to the hospitality industry; restaurants and attractions, to give Allied Members a stronger presence in the association and the opportunity to participate in developing new programs including the creation of the Association's new business to business (B2B) website.

"The purpose of this Advisory Committee will be to assist SSLA in developing mutually beneficial opportunities and strengthen our partnerships through strategic collaboration", said Scott Rivelli, Executive Director.

The first meeting of the committee will be held on September 30, 2015 and will focus on determining the wants, needs and expectation of its Allied Members including:

  • Exposure on the SSLA website
  • Advertising opportunities on the website and monthly newsletter
  • Barter opportunities
  • Direct communication with lodging members
  • Possible membership levels and benefits
  • Networking opportunities
  • Additional items of interest to allied members and potential members

All suppliers of goods and services to the hospitality industry in Florida that are interested in reaching small properties of less than 50 rooms are invited to join and to have a presence at the SSLA annual conference that will be held in Delray Beach on December 6th and 7th of this year. A large portion of the conference will be devoted to an Allied Member Expo where property members will be encouraged to meet every participating allied member and allied members will have the ability to give a short presentation of their product or service.

Anyone who is interested in becoming an allied member of the Superior Small Lodging Association is encouraged to contact Scott Rivelli, Executive Director.

About The Superior Small Lodging Association
The Superior Small Lodging Association (SSLA) is a non-profit association of independently owned and managed boutique Inn’s, B&B’s and hotels throughout the State of Florida with fewer than 50 rooms. Established in 1989 to bring brand awareness to the smaller boutique lodgings as an alternative to the large corporate branded hotel chains, the Superior Small Lodging Brand has come to represent a partnership of unique lodging properties offering a high level of service, comfort and cleanliness at competitive rates. Each year our members’ properties are inspected by an independent inspection company and those that meet specific cleanliness standards are recognized with our White Glove Award for cleanliness. Excellence in quality and service are also recognized. With approximately 170 member properties representing almost 3,000 hotel rooms, time shares and vacation rentals throughout the State of Florida the success of the Superior Small Lodging program is undisputed and gives prospective guests the comfort of knowing that when they book a Superior Small Lodging property they can be assured of a high standard of excellence.

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