WiFiRV Offers Profit Sharing Program for RV Park Owners

Westport, CT November 20, 2009 — WiFiRV, a 7-year-old Internet service provider for the RV, campground, and resort industry, has created an innovative way for park owners to generate a new source of revenue by offering wireless WiFi Internet, a standard amenity expected by their patrons. This is a departure from traditional RV park, campground, and resort wireless WiFi Internet options that can cost park owners as much as $2,500 a month for WiFi service.

“We’re the only wireless WiFi Internet service provider in the RV industry that has 70% of our RV resort, park, and campground amenities generating income for property owners,” said John Michael Borg II, WiFiRV’s Founder and CEO. “Most property owners have bought into to the concept that other providers sell; namely, that wireless WiFi Internet is a necessary-but-evil expense. WiFiRV is here to prove that’s not the case!”

“We’re the only wireless WiFi Internet service provider in the RV industry that has 70% of our RV resort, park, and campground amenities generating income for property owners,” said John Michael Borg, WiFiRV’s Founder & CEO.

Borg said that the major difference between WiFiRV and other Internet providers servicing the RV industry is that WiFiRV pays property owners for access to their properties, while alternative providers typically require owners to pay for equipment installation, maintenance, bandwidth, and technical support. “We’ve never believed that property owners should pay for wireless WiFi Internet; instead, they should be rewarded for their hard work to attract patrons we can service with our amenity. In the vast majority of cases, if a property qualifies for the WiFiRV amenity, it’s nearly guaranteed to be a profit center for the location…a new revenue source begins immediately.”

WiFiRV is now accepting applications for RV park, campground, and resort owners to join their community of nationwide wireless WiFi Internet networks.
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