Posts Tagged ‘geronimo’

We’ve Got Spring Fever!

04/04/2013 · Posted in Geronimo.com News

Spring is finally here and a lot of great things are happening. We aren’t just talking about longer days, warm sunshine and flowers blooming. Geronimo is growing quickly! We have had a wonderful start to 2013 and are excited about things to come. For non-profit organizations, spring means fundraising events, galas and benefit dinners. We ...

Vacation Rental Property Managers: Super Charge Your SEO

10/23/2012 · Posted in Property Managers

We know how important it is to promote your properties, maximize revenues and make sure your promotions work well without hurting your search engine rankings. What if there was an automated way to help your search rankings, increase revenues for you and your owners and help you do good with your spare weeks? Now there ...

Fundraising: How Much Is Too Much?

10/03/2012 · Posted in Fund Raising

Have you ever asked yourself if your organization can fundraise too much? To answer that question, yes! Many organizations may find that they are better known for their fundraising than for their mission. This can create challenges with both donors and volunteers. If potential volunteers perceive your organization as being all about fundraising and they ...

Fundraisers: Turn Vacations Into Big Donations!

09/24/2012 · Posted in Fund Raising

You know how great it is when someone donates time at their vacation property because everyone loves vacation and you’ll easily convert donated time into a big donation!  Vacations are by far the most popular items at charity fundraisers. But it’s tough to track down vacation home owners and get them to set aside a week. Plus, there are ...

Geronimo in Denver Business Journal

Vacation-rental industry grows and diversifies Denver Business Journal – by Ed Sealover Date: Friday, July 15, 2011, 4:00am In 2007, the luxury vacation-rental industry was dominated by 40 destination clubs charging six-figure membership fees and offering vacation villas and homes for the jet set. But then the recession hit. Companies folded, memberships dropped and the ...