Today on the podcast, I am interviewing Erin and Dan, who are the owners of the Inn Town Campground in Nevada City, California. You may have heard me talk about them on the show before because I love what they are doing in the online space (and obviously their campground is really cool too).
A few things we talk about on this episode:
- Starting a campground from the ground up
- Creating mega fans for your business and your brand
- Putting customers into the center of your brand story
- Conquering fears when tackling big projects
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Quotes from this episode:
“That’s the initial starting point for building a campground – what do you want to do, where do you want to do it, and is there even a property that fits the bill?”
“It’s invigorating to talk to people and see that what you are doing is making a difference to them.”
“Customers like to be part of the story. We really like them being of the story because their experience and their enthusiasm creates the community feel that we are trying to achieve.”
“You’re selling people on a story that is interesting to them, so whatever that story is and whatever product line you’re doing, find how it relates to your audience.”
“It’s very hard to run a business exclusively on spreadsheets.”
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