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  • Marketing Plan for the sheraton Hotel JFK Airport
    By: SynchiaMonestime
    HOTE 205-Hospitality Marketing
  • *Brief History*
    Sheraton hotels and resorts is a Starwood brand and it’s the world largest and oldest brand.
    The Sheraton hotel brand has been open for more than 70 years.
    With more than 800
    hotel and resorts.
  • History continue
    Open in June 2008
    The Sheraton JFK Airport hotel is a brand new, state of the art, full service hotel.
    Located in the heart of New York’s JFK intenational Airport.
  • Objectives
    To increase awareness of the business.
    To identify additional opportunities for promotion.
  • Action Plan
    What to do and how to do it.
  • Types of promotions we can do.
    Open promotion: the next time the guest stay on the weekend they get 20% off their room.
    Closed promotion: the guest can get free breakfast or dinner for a certain amount.
    Produce a new products or service
    Reward a free nigh.
  • How to get the business notice
    Advertising: sending out emails to future present and past guest. Keeping current list.
    Sending mails to the area with coupons
    Personalize letters
    Handing out brochures to local business to give out to their customers.
    Produce
  • The End