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100 Club Adopts Hospitality Socials Products

  (May 21, 2011)

Portsmouth, NH, and Naples, FL (PRWEB) May 21, 2011

Hospitality Social today announced that the 100 Club is the first private club to adopt the Personal Sommelier, Hospitality Pads and the Hospitality Reward Network. The products debuted today at the NRA Show 2011 in Chicago. For the first time, private club members will get a glimpse of the future and how Apple Computer, Inc. iPads or Andriod tablets will revolutionize the experiences that hospitality venues can offer their guests. This special amenity is planned to attract new and younger members to the club.

For private clubs, young members are always important because membership is always aging, said Hopi Stradling, Managing Director of the 100 Club in Portsmouth, NH. This is a great way to attract those members, especially before other venues offer it. Hospitality Social is an important and invaluable amenity to any clubs sense of building an environment that fits the need of the next generation.

The 100 Club has a reputation for being one of the finest clubs in New England, said Jack Serfass, CEO of Hospitality Social. Hopi heard through the grapevine about our launch before it happened and immediately wanted to adopt the solution. He helped educate us as to the value of our offerings to private clubs. Hopis vision will certainly be beneficial to the 100 Club.


Money cannot buy time, and affluent members access to time well spent is of utmost importance, said Stradling. The simplicity by which a member can select the best wine tied coupled with getting an email that helps them keep track of their selection and a way to talk about it quickly on social media sets us apart from others that do not have it.

About Hospitality Social
Hospitality Social is a new company that debuted on May 21st at the NRA Restaurant Show. Every day, billions of dollars are spent in the hospitality industry based on social networking. However, the landscape is changing, and the focus is moving from terminals to pads. By 2020, the number of interactive menus will outnumber paper, and that race has already begun. Interactive menus, combined with social media, unlock the door to new and increased revenue. Our company has that key: a winning strategy to ensure hospitality executives dominate in this new environment.

Contacts: For Hospitality Social: Tanya Fox tanya(dot)fox(at)hospitalitysocial(dot)com, 855-577-7555

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