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Supplier Members

Get Connected - Become a Preferred Supplier

BC Lodging and Campgrounds Association offers the perfect opportunity for suppliers of goods and services to connect with over 400 potential clients in the lodging and campground industry.

Our accommodation members are constantly reminded to choose a Preferred Supplier first when shopping for goods and services. Suppliers apply for associate or corporate membership in the association and request the Association's endorsement to provide our members with preferred pricing on their products or services.

A number of suppliers approach the Association with proposals to be the only endorsed provider of a product and/or service and these offers are approved or not by the board of directors based on their merit. These suppliers create a relationship with value that meets or exceeds the Partner Package.

Preferred Supplier Packages

There are three supplier advertising/promotion membership packages to choose from:

Associate Package - Receive: An introduction e-mail to the member properties, a listing in the online Buyers Guide, a listing in the spring and fall Preferred Suppliers grid published in the spring and fall issues of the Dogwood Express, an introduction of new products/services in the Product Spotlights section of the Dogwood Express and more.

Corporate Package - Includes Associate package benefits plus insert a full page electronic advertisement or flyer in two issues of the Dogwood Express and have a flyer or catalogue posted in the Partner Bulletin member only area. 

Partner Package - Includes Associate and Corporate package benefits plus more advertising opportunities in the Dogwood Express and on the web site, plus the ability to negotiate other services/benefits as required.

Contact the association office for information on becoming a preferred supplier, an application and pricing.

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