Tennant Group Hosts Roundtable Meeting in Florida

The Tennant Group will host a roundtable meeting on March 28-29 at the Seagate Hotel and Beach Club in Delray Beach, Fla.

The roundtable begins on Sunday, March 28, with an all day meeting from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. A group dinner will follow at 7 p.m. On Monday, March 29, a half-day meeting will take place from 8 a.m. to noon.

Attendees are offered a room rate of $229 per night for a single or double room plus tax. The resort fee is waived and hotel guests have use of the Seagate Hotel’s Beach Club. The hotel will honor the room rate before and after the meeting for those that would like to extend their stay.

The Tennant Group’s Roundtable is a group of independent or franchise owners who share financial results and meet twice yearly to compare results and exchange ideas, similar to a 20 group in the automobile industry. The spring 2009 meeting was held in conjunction with the Car Rental Show and the Best Profit Idea session, which was open to show attendees and was well attended.

The Tennant Group would like to invite guests to attend the March meeting. The cost to be a Roundtable member is $200 a month, plus the cost of attending twice-yearly meetings. At the end of the meeting, the Tennant Group votes to invite the guests to become permanent members and they have the option of joining the group.

For additional information, please contact Jim Tennant at (707) 603-6902 or [email protected] To view the PowerPoint presentation and a summary of the last Tennant Group Roundtable, please click here.

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