Archive for March, 2011

Business Strategies: The Care and Maintenance of Leisure Entertainment Facilities

March 30, 2011 No Comments

March 30, 2011 For leisure entertainment facilities, ensuring that attractions remain clean and properly refurbished is as critical an element in cultivating repeat business as offering the right mix of “fun” and food service options. Given a choice, few visitors will return to a facility that appears dirty and run-down, and as the old adage […]

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Spotlight on Business Growth: Improving the Outlook For 2011

March 23, 2011 No Comments

March 23, 2011 While the worst part of what has almost unanimously been called the worst recession since the Great Depression is seemingly over, smart owners and managers of leisure entertainment facilities are looking for new ways to improve their profitability picture in 2011 and beyond. And adopting such a stance, rather than counting on […]

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Top Profit-Generating Food Menu Items at Leisure Entertainment Facilities

March 15, 2011 No Comments

March 15, 2011 Whether they are truly hungry and/or thirsty, or not, most guests of leisure entertainment facilities will purchase something to eat during their visit. While a wide variety of menu items have the potential for strong sales, some yield a higher profit than others. For many operations, the top-earning fare is that which […]

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Industry Focus: Adding New Attractions to Leisure Entertainment Facilities

March 7, 2011 No Comments

March 7, 2011 The question of whether to add a new attraction is one that all owners and operators of leisure entertainment facilities ask themselves at one time or another. One good indicator that such a move may be appropriate is an absence of anything similar in the immediate area, noted David Peretz, founder and […]

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Focus on Improving Guest Satisfaction in 2011

March 1, 2011 No Comments

March 1, 2011 With so many options from which to choose, few consumers will even consider returning to a leisure entertainment facility at which they had a less-than-positive experience. And while bearing this in mind is important no matter the economic climate, it is especially critical today: Despite the recovery, consumers continue to exercise great […]

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