How to boost climbing wall attendance
Without a doubt, a climbing wall is one of the most eye-catching pieces of equipment you can have. But its large size can make it an expensive attention-getter if it's not being used. We look at ways you can make your wall an integral part of your facility by increasing its usage through creative programs and technological advancements.
The best risk management practices for pool and waterpark safety
Aquatics facility managers must do everything in their power to minimize risk. We examine key areas to be aware of and what to implement, from first-level foundations of a risk management program to the biggest safety issues facing facilities today, including diving, drowning, electrocution and critical hazardous areas at a facility. Learn the steps you need to take or should be taking to reduce risk and maximize safe operation.
Learn to maximize your menu, save money and make even more
Turn your so-so food service into a winning combination of the most enticing menu items, innovative cooking and cooling equipment, safe handling procedures, and revenue-producing strategies.
Lessons from Denver’s Game Plan
Many cities across the country are facing the challenges associated with adapting their parks and recreation systems to the demands of the 21st century. These can include getting more mileage out of older facilities, adapting existing parks to new sports and activities, and meeting public expectations for quality facilities in light of lean capital and operational budgets.
Add events to boost spirit, participation and even revenue
Find out how classes, events and competitions can boost spirit, participation and revenue at your facility.
Building Your Facility’s Brand from Logos to Mascots
Marketing a winning image in an absolute necessity in today's visually sophisticated marketplace. How important is cash flow, attendance or meeting sales goals? None are more important than your facility's brand identity. Your brand is your promise. You must develop it, nurture it, constantly feed it, and it will serve you well.
Richmond Capital One Club in Richmond, Va.
"You can't always get what you want," goes the song. "But if you try sometimes, you might get what you need."
That's not the experience of the children in one of Richmond, Va.'s poorer neighborhoods, who recently got what they wanted and what they needed: an 8,675-square-foot recreation facility boasting classrooms, a game room, a performance space, a kitchen and an online computer lab, with lighted playground and basketball courts outside.