Hotels Etc. is a private membership club that has negotiated discounts with north of 1,000,000 online and offline businesses in 141 nations. It is a membership-based company, also known as a shut client bunch. It center around bringing in the best-negotiated discounts and in return supplying those discounts to our individuals and business clients for representative advantages, white labels or fundraising.
They have great customer service and great employees, and personally involved in the day to day operations of the company and overseeing all departments. In the event if they receive any sort of complaint, there staff is instructed to forward it to CEO of the company so he can speak directly to the customer to find out the issue. Once they find the issue they fix it so no other person will encounter the same issue. In their shut client bunch industry, they don’t have a lot of competition which makes Hotels Etc. an excellent avenue to help individuals save money.
Because of the parity rate law that is being enforced the general population can’t receive hotel or travel discounts anymore. The only way they can receive a genuine rebate is to be part of a shut client bunch like Hotels Etc. With this law being enforced almost in every country around the world, it puts Hotels Etc. in a great position because hoteliers actually need to sell limited inventory and they have to go to them to sell that inventory and can’t utilize public OTA’s like Expedia.
In 2005, Shawn noticed an infomercial about a company that can help individuals save money on travel. He called the company up and became an authorized dealer because he immediately saw the value in the concept, and then purchased the selective freedoms to several states including Georgia and began hiring commission only sales reps to start selling. After selling more than 100,000 in memberships the first 30 days they discovered the discounts didn’t work which caused them to issue more than $100,000 back in refunds to their customers. Once they finished refunding their customers they called up the current proprietor of Hotels Etc. and informed of the situation and gave one potential solution. After months of negotiations, he finally purchased Hotels Etc. in March 2006 at which point crashed the entire framework and began to construct another framework. The biggest issue he faced was the fact that he was new to the industry and had zero contacts and started dialing the phone, reading, studying and understanding the industry in and out. Within 30 days of buying the company, he re-launched the company with another look, feel, plan and most importantly, technology. The first month after re-launched they generated and continued to stay steady and strong throughout the recession. Hotels Etc. now has the deepest travel, entertainment and recreation discounts on the net in which they supply to consumers through their membership platform and supply to businesses via their white label hotel booking engine technology. He maintains excellent records across the internet and in a very good position to take a big piece of the marketplace as he strive for excellence and stay on top of technology.