Thanks to everyone who participated in last year’s show. The franchisees continue to say it’s their main buying show. This years Symposium Trade Show will again be held at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington, Kentucky. We will be on the first floor to make set-up easier.
2012 Vendor Schedule
Tuesday, November 6
7am – Noon Decorator Set up
7am – 4pm Early set up for vendors
2:30 – 6pm View LSI’s Yogi Bear merchandise
Wednesday, November 7
8am – 9am Private Appointments
10am – 5pm Tradeshow
11:30am-1pm Lunch at show
Thursday, November 8
10am – 2pm Trade Show
2pm – 5pm Vendor Break down and move out
|If you register by September 5, 2012||If you register after September 5, 2012*|
|8′ x 10′||$500||8′ x 10′||$600|
|8′ x 20′||$1,000||8′ x 20′||$1,200|
|8′ x 30′||$1,500||8′ x 30′||$1,800|
|* In order to be included in the 2012 Convention Program, you must register by October 6.|
You will be provided…pipe and draped booth space, one skirted table, two chairs, name tags for attendees, signage with your company name, Wednesday lunch on the trade show floor, and tickets to the social on Wednesday evening. Carpeting in the booths will not be provided as the trade show floor is not carpeted. This can be secured through George E. Fern Co. or you can provide your own.
The Geo E. Fern Company will deal directly with you for any additional needs or any freight you may need to have delivered. (electrical and internet are handled by the Convention Center – see below.) They will receive up to 500 lbs. of association freight at no charge (delivered to one destination in the facility. Additional drayage will be performed (for association) at a 25% discount from the published show rates. Once your registration has been received, the Geo E. Fern Co will provide you with a packet outlining additional services provided and their fees.
Electrical and internet services are ordered through the Northern Kentucky Convention Center. Phone number is 859-261-1500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Hotel & Directions||Registration Form||Symposium Schedule|
Erv & Marilyn Banes – Frankenmuth, MI
We decided to convert to the Jellystone Park™ system in 1996 because the market conditions were changing. Several of our colleagues had converted and grown in the process. We found that by changing our customer base to families, rather than seniors, we expanded.
The advantage of a Jellystone Park™ is that it is so much more alive than the average park. Plu…
Brent Fannin – Delaware Beaches
2011 was our first year as a Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™. We saw record occupancy levels with increases of more than 35% year over year! The addition of nine cabins to our park yielded occupancy levels well over 90% each weekend! The conversion to a Jellystone Park™ did exactly what we expected – it grew our business.
Rick Spear – Estes Park, COWe’ve been in the Jellystone franchise system for 20 years this year. It was a family endeavor to begin with, but over those 20 years we’ve seen significant growth of our campground. In particular, just the last three years in a row we’ve been up double digits, 10-11% points three years in a row. We’ve really been coming on strong, and continue to see good grow…
Denny Quigley & Tami Alessio – Harrisville, PA2011 was our first year as a Jellystone Park™. Since then, we have definitely noticed that we are attracting a lot more guests from a much larger radius that extends nationwide. And we are seeing more guests from Canada. Over this three year time period, our store sales have increased almost 45%! The increased business also helped to allow us to do…
Bill Pott – Cave City, KYI really like the way it brings me a nice class of customers. I get happy families. I get people who want to come and to spend money to have fun. They enjoy our park. It’s just wonderful they way they come in, and you get so many that want to meet the other guests, they want to go have fun on the Jumping Pillow, then they want to go to the Splash Pad – and they want …
Chip Smith – Monticello, IAWe got into the Jellystone brand at the beginning of last year. This is the end of our first season. We are pretty excited about it. What I like most about the brand is the fact that they are drawing in families from three hours away. They all know what we’re there for, and they’re willing to spend a longer time at our park than just the weekend. The investme…
Joey Coleman & Rick Coleman – Tabor City, NC
In 2001, we began a unique challenge to build a campground on our family farm 35 miles inland from Myrtle Beach. People responded to our design of large concrete pads, full hook-ups, plenty of open space, and ultimate customer service. But we soon had “growing pains” with procedures and operations.
In 2003, we joined Jellystone Park™. The operations…
Roger & Anna Barry – Fremont, IN
When we joined the Jellystone Park™ system in 1980, we were a small operation without a plan. What we have learned through the years from LSI and our fellow Yogi Bear™ owners and operators has been extremely valuable. We now have over 500 sites, RV Sales, waterslides, and a seven family member team of owners and operating managers. We couldn’t have done it w…
Theresa Isaacson – Caledonia, WI
We’re going to be entering our 13th season, and I sure would hate to own a property without being Yogi branded. The reason we really like Jellystone Parks is because of the support behind us. With 80 other parks in the system, we have 80 sources of question-and-answer type people to go to. The support is wonderful. The franchise, the LSI system itself – their …
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Where: Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in Burleson, TX (near Dallas/Ft. Worth)
When: September 16 & 17, 2017
Cost: $350/couple which includes 2 nights in a Premium Luxury Cottage Cabin and lunch.
Space is limited! Click here for details and to register.