November 2010

Published Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Importance of Engaging the Baby Boomer Generation

According to the National Club Association's 2009 Private Club Operations Report, the average age of a private club member is 57. This means in order to ensure your private club remains financially viable with a healthy, engaged membership body, private clubs must have a comprehensive understanding of the most significant age group of its members: the Baby Boomer generation.

Employee Benefits Trends Continue to be Highly Valued

Workplace benefits trends continue to hold significant importance for the stability and health and financial security of employees.

Doing the Little Things for Your Members

There is so much more to being a tennis professional than just teaching. Good customer service is one big reason that customers come back for a lesson again and again.

Laws & Regs

Immigration reform, Election Day, delay for disclosing cost of health insurance coverage on W-2s, H2B wage calculations, Washington state liquor regs.

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Club Industry Brief

NCA's free bi-weekly news digest is designed specifically for private club leaders. It covers industry news and trends and articles on golf, membership and operations for private clubs.