Obie Hospitality, an Oregon-based hotel management firm, has selected Tambourine as its preferred vendor to handle website and digital marketing efforts for its portfolio properties.
“Tambourine’s ability to provide a digital marketing program that is tailored to each property and tied with world-class service, shows how they have become one of the top hotel marketing companies in the industry,” said Nicole Roselio, Director of Marketing at Obie Hospitality. “We are confident with our decision and look forward to a prosperous partnership.”
Tambourine’s services for Obie Hospitality include:
- Custom, responsive hotel website design and mobile sites
- Search engine optimization
- Conversion rate optimization
“We are flattered to be chosen as Obie’s preferred hotel marketing agency,” said Dave Spector, Partner at Tambourine. “They have an exceptional collection of boutique hotels and are thrilled to contributing to their continued success.”
About Obie Hospitality
Obie Hospitality is a Eugene, Oregon-based company with a history of success in hospitality and retail development. It is spearheaded by former Eugene mayor and city councilman, Brian Obie. The Inn at 500 Capitol is the second hotel within Obie Hospitality. Focused on creating thoughtful and community-oriented boutique hotels, Obie brings strong attention to detail and the complete guest experience.
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Tambourine is transforming hotel ecommerce.
The Firm has become an instrumental partner for elite hoteliers, hotel management and asset management firms seeking to outperform their compset, improve bottom line profitability and decrease OTA-dependence.
We deliver an all-inclusive managed service program that ensures maximum traffic and conversions across all digital channels. Our team utilizes our own best-in-class technology to empower your property… giving you the confidence and ability to achieve your ownership’s revenue goals.
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