Just in Time for Halloween: Tambourine Releases Top 10 Hotel Marketing Horror Stories
October 30, 2014 1:04am
Tambourine, a hotel and tourism marketing firm, has released Halloween Horror Stories, an annual list of the scariest mistakes in hotel marketing.
The Report is free and available for download here: Tambourine.com/Halloween
“Zombies, cavemen, aliens, vampires, jokers and witches… after 25 years of working with hotels and resorts around the world, we’ve seen it all and thought Halloween would be a good time to share,” according to Dave Spector, Partner at Tambourine. “We want to help hotel marketers avoid some of the scariest mistakes.”
Tags: hotel marketing,
Tambourine drives revenue for hotels and destinations worldwide using advanced marketing technology. The firm is celebrating its 30 year anniversary. For more information, visit www.Tambourine.com
Contact: Dave Spector
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