Peppertree Hospitality, a hotel management firm based in Washington, has selected Tambourine to handle website and digital marketing efforts for its portfolio properties. Tambourine will service Peppertree and other west coast clients from its new office in Carlsbad, California.
“Tambourine delivers a simple, stress-free program with a knowledgeable and proactive digital marketing team," said Chase Santillanes, Vice President of Development at Peppertree Hospitality. “We are confident in their ability to help our properties drive new business.”
Tambourine’s services for Peppertree include:
- Omni-channel traffic generation (search, PPC, email, and social)
- Custom, responsive hotel website design and mobile sites
- Conversion rate optimization
- Ad hoc creation services including ad production
“Its exciting to be bring our program to Peppertree’s portfolio of branded, select-service hotels,” said Scott Quintal, Chief Revenue Officer at Tambourine. “Our new west coast office will really enhance our service capability.”
About Peppertree Hospitality
Peppertree Hospitality specializes in the development, operations, and management of mid to upper scale hotels. Peppertree owns and operates the Best Western Plus Peppertree Spokane Airport, Best Western Premier Peppertree at Bend, Best Western Plus Peppertree Inn at Omak and Best Western Plus Peppertree Nampa Civic Center Inn.
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.
The firm is celebrating its 34th year in business. For more information about Tambourine, visit www.Tambourine.com
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