Select Registry has partnerships with not-for-profit industry and state associations through which we are able to work together to provide varied resources for the independent lodging industry. The Associations below are valued industry partners:
Association of Lodging Professionals is a collaborative community, solving the challenges of independent lodging property owners in a changing travel landscape. This non-profit association focuses on professional development and advocates for the industry in media relations, and influencing public policy. For all NEW ALP members who are part of the Select Registry community, we are thrilled to offer this exclusive deal, enjoy 3 FREE months of ALP membership when you
sign up using the discount code SR2023.
How to Redeem:
1. Visit ALP’s website at https://www.alplodging.org/
2. Choose the ALP membership plan that suits you best.
3. During checkout, use the discount code SR2023 to receive your first 3 months
4. After 3 months, if you would like to continue your membership you will receive an invoice
on your account.
This offer is valid only for NEW ALP members who are part of Select Registry.
The discount code SR2023 must be applied during the sign-up process to avail of the offer.
The California Association of Boutique and Breakfast Inns (CABBI) is a nonprofit, member-driven trade association dedicated to promoting the BandB and boutique inn industry in California. Our mission is to encourage members to provide a quality-assured stay that exceeds guests’ expectations.
The Michigan Bed and Breakfast Association- Inspiring guests with unique BandB Inn experiences. MBBA Member Inns guarantee a certified high quality lodging and unparalleled personal hospitality experience in beautiful Pure Michigan!
The Pennsylvania Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns (PABBI) is a nonprofit, member-driven trade association whose mission is to elevate and grow the bed and breakfast industry in Pennsylvania by providing support, guidance, and education to innkeepers; building strong relationships with key industry leaders; and lobbying for state laws and codes that fairly deal with the needs of innkeepers and guests.
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