Advertise To Vacationers In Your Area Using The Original Guest Information Directories!
Southern Resort Publications contracts with quality management companies in eight different areas along the Gulf Coast to provide In-Room Directories for their guests in condos, beach houses, hotels, and motels. Advertising inside the rooms is exclusively provided by Southern Resort Publications. Viewing our In-Room Directories every year are approximately 450,000 different individuals per Project Market Area along the Gulf Coast. This is the most effective way to make your business known to persons visiting our beaches. Southern Resort Publications is a family owned business and we've been in the Gulf Coast area since 1989. Only Southern Resort Publications provides the original Guest Information Directory.
Why Should You Advertise?
Surveys show one of the first things guests see and consider when they settle into their vacation destination is the Guest Information Directory. It is already in their room waiting for them. Our directory is professionally designed with full color graphics on glossy paper, using state of the art technology. With digital photography we can set up an eye catching ad for you that will convey the excitement and professionalism of your unique business. With Southern Resort Publications Guest Information Directory, you maximize your exposure and minimize your outlay. Space is limited in our books, so reserve your spot today. You can view one of our previous directories below.
A new feature that Southern Resort Publications is implementing is the use of Quick Response Codes. Now, in the guest information directory, tourists will find a QR Code linking them to their specific directory online for viewing on their mobile device. This means that not only will your business be advertising in the vacation units, but also online through the Southern Resort Publications website. This added feature comes at no cost to you. Click here to view one our Guest Information Directories online.
Did You Know?
In all, roughly 82.6 million visitors traveled to Florida in 2010, according to the preliminary estimates from the VISIT FLORIDA website.
Smith Travel Research shows that in 2011, the statewide average hotel/motel occupancy rate was 62.9%.
As of April 2012, there were 405,915 hotel and motel rooms in Florida spread over 4,443 properties.
The tourism industry is critical to Florida because visitors spend nearly $60 billion annually here and generate 22% of the state's total sales tax revenue. Tourism also accounts for roughly a million Florida jobs.
The most popular activities for visitors are: shopping, dining, beach activities, amusement parks, and sightseeing.