Vacation Rental Company Sees Promise in 2011, with Record Annual Growth
01/15/2011

Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals announces 139% increase in annual sales

Online PR News – 15-January-2011 – – Vail, CO – Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals (RMVR) is pleased to announce a 139% increase in annual sales from 2009 to 2010. Of this increase, Vail vacations accounted for 82% of revenue over the past year, and with further development of new RMVR markets in Aspen, Breckenridge, Telluride, Crested Butte, Tahoe, and Park City, the company looks forward to continued growth in 2011.

Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals is excited to see this advancement in revenue for the business, demonstrating evidence of the company’s recent expansion. Travel industry trends have also shown evidence of increased air travel and hotel occupancy rates. In fact, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has projected a net profit of $2.5 billion in 2010 for the airline industry, after a net loss of $9.9 billion in 2009, and $16.8 billion in 2008. Signs for the travel industry are looking positive as we enter this New Year.

Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals has not only seen record sales this past year, but the company’s staff has tripled in the Vail office, and their markets in Breckenridge, Aspen, and Telluride are continuously developing with the hires of new Area Sales Managers. Furthermore, the company has launched a long term contract with the travel technologies and services provider, Inntopia, offering real time online booking, directly from RockyMountainVacationRentals.com.

During a company-wide meeting on Wednesday, January 12th, Breckenridge Area Manager of Sales, Mike Scott, stated: “We stand out from property management companies, because we are more than just one phone call. We offer all inventory in the market.” RMVR’s specialty in acting as a one-stop-shop is demonstrated by the various services they offer, including lodging, concierge services, lift ticket purchases, transportation, and ownership opportunities in the Rocky Mountains. “Our conversation, and our knowledge, is more valuable,” he said.

As the year 2011 takes off, the vacation rental company has set out numerous goals in terms of website functionality, the continuous building of client relations, and an analysis of where marketing dollars are being spent. “A primary goal is to see involvement in all our markets,” says Tommy Z. Hoffman, Owner and Founder of Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals. “We want to be more involved in the towns of each area. Get our name out there to help develop business, build connections, and take our company to the next level,” says Hoffman.

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