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NJ Hotel & Lodging Association (2016-2017)
|Summary:||Clarifying ownership requirements for certain homes and seasonal rentals exempt from bulk sale notification requirements, amending P.L.2007, c.100.|
|History:||02/13/2017 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee.|
|Bill:||A2609 Aca (1R)|
|Sponsors:||Gusciora (D15); Muoio (D15)|
|Summary:||Permits craft distillery licensee in Garden State Growth Zone to operate restaurant on licensed premises.|
|History:||02/08/2016 – Introduced and referred to Assembly Regulatory Oversight Committee.
01/12/2017 – Reported out of committee with committee amendments, 2nd reading in Assembly.
NJ Hotel & Lodging Association
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON LEGISLATION
(INCLUDING FROM PRIOR SESSIONS), VISIT:
THE NEW JERSEY STATE LEGISLATURE
Programs which keeps you informed on traveler’s needs.
An electronic newsletter to keep you current on local industry events.
Our Allied members offer to NJH&LA members ONLY.
An opportunity to attend regional meetings to discuss legislative issues.
You will have an opportunity to network with other property members.
This is an online service in which tourists staying in your area can reserve a room by visiting our website.
We also welcome any current members to sit on our Board. Please contact the office if you are interested.
Allied Membership with NJH&LA consists of companies that provide a product or service to the hospitality industry. Includes the following membership benefits:
- One year membership in the NJH&LA.
- Networking opportunities at all general and regional association meetings.
- A subscription to the electronic legislative and industry updates.
- Access to member roster for mailing purpose.
- Inclusion in the Allied Member Directory kept at Headquarters for referrals when members call for vendors of particular goods and services.
Allied Membership Annual Fee – $200 (Total Value – $370)
Allied Partner status is the highest level of the Allied Program and is reserved to those companies that are given an exclusive endorsement (unless not legally allowed) through their Association Program.
Allied Partner Annual Fee – $2,000
To be approved as an Allied Partner a company’s program must fit one of the four categories listed below as with the secondary level, but to a much higher extent in savings or non-dues revenue. The potential Partner must be in an industry that has been determined by The Board as one where an exclusivity program makes good business sense.
- A free product or service is offered to the NJH&LA members
- A product or service is offered to the members at a significant discount compared to non-members.
- Sales of a product or service to members are provided at a discount and the association receives a non-dues revenue contribution from the sale to a member
- Vendor financed membership fees
The Board of Directors (or other approval authority) will first approve an industry for Partner status. For example: Telecommunications. The member services department will then send an introductory solicitation letter to the known players in that market, example AT&T, MCI and Sprint. Upon receipt of their proposals, the Board (or approval authority) will negotiate and choose and Allied Partner. Upon acceptance, they will automatically be entitled to several marketing opportunities and will have their program listed on the primary program collateral piece (see appendix A). Allied Partners will be given the right of first refusal of all marketing activities over Regular Allied and Preferred Allied Members.
In addition to the above benefits to the regular Allied Programs, Allied Partners will receive:
- One year NJH&LA Membership
- Copy of the NJH&LA mailing list in a label format
- Full page advertorial introducing the program to the membership