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2018 AIHP Knowledge Sharing Summit and Marketplace

March 9th, 2018 by Corey Edwards

Pat, Jack, and Corey spent the last week of February in lovely Norfolk, VA attending the 2018 AIHP Knowledge Sharing Summit and Marketplace. The conference was a great success, with more than 500 attendees on hand. As always, it was great to reconnect with friends while also making so many new ones! The 2018 AIHP… (Read More)

Exploring and staying at New England Bed and Breakfasts — appreciating the unique styles each one has to offer. From the contemporary, chic Inn at English Meadows in Kennebunk Maine, down to the charming country style Beech Tree Inn – Bed and Breakfast in a quiet charming neighborhood in Brookline, MA. Pat and Trina have finally found themselves at… (Read More)

Pat and Trina arrived in Boston Friday afternoon to attend the New England Innkeeping conference and trade show held on April 30–May 2nd 2012 by Paii, in Cape Cod Massachusetts. The early arrival provided an opportunity to travel north into Kennebunk near Kennebunkport Maine and stay with Eric and Liz of The Inn at English… (Read More)

2012 On The Road Again!

January 13th, 2012 by Pat McCauley

On the Road Again! Next week begins the travel season for the InsideOut Road Warriors.  This year, Silas Fuller, Sales and Business Development will join Patricia McCauley at all Conferences and Trade Shows. First stop, January 18th–20th, Cody Wyoming for the annual Dude Ranch Association Convention. Patricia and Silas will jointly be giving an interactive… (Read More)

PAII Northwest Innkeeping Conference Here We Come!

April 4th, 2011 by InsideOut Solutions

It isn’t very often that we get to drive to a conference without first getting on a plane. How delightful to spend time with colleagues wending our way from the northern edge of Washington State in a 4+ hour drive through small towns, misty forests, hugging salty inland waterways replete with oyster beds and fishing… (Read More)

CABBI Conference, we will see you in Napa

January 25th, 2010 by InsideOut Solutions

InsideOut Solutions will be at the 2010 CABBI Conference, being held at the Meritage Resort & Spa in Napa California. We are offering personal one-on-one meetings with our staff to help you learn more about marketing your property with either web or print media. Steven Dunston, our SEO Manager, will present “15 Minute Marketing Makeover:… (Read More)

WordCamp Seattle

October 1st, 2009 by InsideOut Solutions

Last Saturday a handful of Web Dept.members went on a field trip to Fremont. A bustling community North of downtown Seattle, where Adobe has quite a large facility, WordPress held their first “WordCamp Seattle” event. It was a day of everything WordPress, blogging and social networking. Laptops were hard at work sending tweets out into… (Read More)

Texas Bed and Breakfast Convention a Success

August 28th, 2009 by InsideOut Solutions

We had a wonderful time in Granbury Texas for the Texas Bed and Breakfast Association Convention. Steven Dunston gave a “kick-off” keynote session to a packed, standing-room only audience, covering the success we had seen with the last year on the new TBBA web site. He also covered some important metrics for innkeepers to be… (Read More)

Texas Bed and Breakfast Convention, Here We Come!

August 20th, 2009 by InsideOut Solutions

Howdy Partners! Steven Dunston, myself (Katie Pate) and company President Pat McCauley will be leaving this weekend to fly over to Granbury Texas for the annual Texas Bed and Breakfast Convention. We are pleased to be presenting on multiple subjects throughout the event, including Facebook marketing, blogging and general marketing makeovers. In fact, SEO Manager… (Read More)

InsideOut Solutions attended the Mississippi and Louisiana Bed and Breakfast Association Conference, in Natchez, Mississippi.

Arkansas B&B conference, at the highest point

February 24th, 2009 by InsideOut Solutions

I just returned from the Arkansas B&B conference last week which was held at Mt. Magazine Resort which is the highest point in the state. A large number of innkeepers turned out to hear from a variety of speakers ranging from Jay Karen (note photo below), to the state tourism office to myself. I spoke… (Read More)