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Consolidated Resorts Management Looks to Energy Eye™
For First-Ever EMS Installation
President of upscale resort-management company says system’s affordability, 
hassle-free installation and low operating cost made choice an easy one
ROCHESTER HILLS, MICH. — MARCH 21, 2006 —Consolidated Resorts Management is the latest in a growing number of hotel companies that have seen the wisdom of installing the new Energy Eye™ Wireless Radio Frequency energy-management system.

Consolidated Resorts Management, which operates eight upscale resorts totaling 555 guestrooms in Hawaii and four resorts totaling 789 guestrooms in its headquarters city of Las Vegas, recently chose the new state-of-the-art Energy Eye™ EMS for installation in its 84-room Kahana Beach Resort beachfront property on the island of Maui.

Energy Eye™ is an affordable, easily installed, stand-alone Wireless Radio Frequency EMS that enhances guest comfort—and guest satisfaction—while drastically reducing room electricity expenses related to the ever-increasing costs of energy. 

“This is our first use of an energy-management system,” said Richard L. Rodriguez, president of Consolidated Resorts Management. “We looked at custom systems from local HVAC control companies and other leading vendors, but their systems, while very good, were far too expensive and included considerably more features than we needed.

“We decided on Energy Eye™ based largely on two considerations,” Rodriguez added. “First, the system is quickly and easily installed, which meant the installation could be done in a short period of time with minimal hassle to guests and staff during the process. And second, we found after doing our due diligence that the cost of operating the Energy Eye™ system, combined with its affordability, made the choice an easy one for us.”

Rodriguez said the simple installation, affordability and low operating costs of the Energy Eye™ system have led to another easy decision for Consolidated Resorts Management.

“We’ll be installing the Energy Eye™ energy-management system in our Gardens at West Maui resort property in the middle of this year,” he said.

“We’re excited to have been chosen for Consolidated Resort Management’s first venture into what’s becoming a high-priority for hotel companies everywhere—investing in a top-quality, low-cost energy-management system that enhances guest satisfaction and saves substantially on high energy costs,” said Matthew Mrowczynski, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Energy Eye™. “Consolidated saw what a growing number of hotel companies are seeing: Energy Eye™ offers the industry’s most easily installed EMS at a highly affordable price and with a quick return-on-investment.” 

Mrowczynski said that because the Energy Eye™ energy-management system features an RF-based wireless platform, sensor components don’t require complicated wiring or computer programming. 

“This means that Energy Eye™ can be installed room-by-room between checkouts, so it isn’t necessary to block out rooms and lose precious revenue,” he said. “We like to remind hotel companies that this is a huge advantage we have over other systems—and that unrented rooms for one additional day can double their ROI period.”

Hotel companies interested in learning more about the Energy Eye™ System and its many advantages can visit or call Mrowczynski at (248) 656-3800 or (248) 818-0669, or e-mail him at

About Energy Eye™
Energy Eye™ is a privately held corporation founded in 2001 as a result of the worldwide power crisis and the increased demand from the hospitality industry for simple energy-saving solutions. Energy Eye™ is establishing itself as a leader in energy management solutions through design, manufacturing, and distribution of its wholly owned Energy Eye™ wireless energy saving devices and related products.

About Consolidated Resorts Management
Las Vegas-based Consolidated Resorts Management operates resorts in Hawaii, including the Kona Islander Inn on the big island of Hawaii and The Gardens at West Maui, Hono Koa, Kahana Beach Resort, Kahana Villa Resort, Maui Banyan Vacation Club, Maui Beach Vacation Club and the Sands of Kahana on Maui. The company also manages Club de Soleil, TAHITI and Tahiti Village in Las Vegas.


Matthew Mrowczynski
Executive Vice President
Sales & Marketing
Tel: (248) 656-3800

Also See: Stafford Hospitality Installing Energy Eye™ Energy-Management System / March 2006
Shaner Hotel Group Selects Energy Eye™ to Control Rising Energy Costs, Increase Guest Satisfaction / November 2005
Energy-Eye™ Brings Affordable Wireless, RF Energy-Management to Hospitality / October 2005

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