Read more on the benefits and drawbacks private clubs must consider when deciding whether to operate as a taxable or tax-exempt organization.
In the recent past, clubs were forced to cut spending back due to a decline in membership and in spending by the members that remained. However, while membership desires may have been postponed they were not eliminated. The members want a new swimming pool, the grill needs some new furniture, the golf course needs a new irrigation system, the tennis courts need to be resurfaced and by the way, the club down the street is making these improvements.
“Why is our food and beverage operation losing money?” “Why are we budgeting to lose money in that area?” “My buddy earns a fortune running [...]
Although many private golf and country clubs turned a corner in 2016 and began to attract more members, overall membership and revenue have still not [...]
How do city clubs attract more women to join the club and, more specifically, younger professional women? The answer centers around amenities. Clubs need to think outside the box and offer amenities that will not only draw in women members but keep them.
Articles on the topic of food and beverage (F&B) losses come out so regularly they are like a bad record stuck on repeat. Sorry (I’m [...]
Everyone knows that the bottom line rules the day. It has become hard to balance member expectations against the realities of payroll and other costs [...]
Clubs are in the dues business. They are the key to a private club’s success. Dues represent approximately 50 percent of the operating revenue of [...]
Forget the political debate! Whether it is global warming, climate change, tidal flooding or just nature taking its course, from an industry standpoint, clubs are [...]