The HOTELKAST digital advertising network features advertising venues in hotel lobbies. With tourist spending steadily increasing, a recent study indicates that 40% of all restaurant revenue is generated by tourist dollars, and HOTELKAST can help you direct these tourist dollars straight to your business. Tourists spend 400% more money on restaurants, shopping, and entertainment than locals, which can seriously benefit your business if these tourists come to you.
The cost of eating three meals per day in the top 100 business travel destinations in the United States averaged over $90.00 per person. With the average business traveler staying from one to three nights, there is a significant potential to increase your revenue by advertising directly to this demographic. In addition, the average household income for business travelers is $82,000, with 52% falling in the 35 - 54 age group.
With HOTELKAST, Digikast digital signage resides in the lobby of area hotels, providing potential customers with attractive full-motion video advertisements of the area’s eateries and watering holes, giving you a significant advantage over your competitors who utilize more archaic methods to attract business. Coupled with information like the time, local weather, and a news ticker, our digital signage will entice viewers to watch longer, providing a captive audience for your advertising message.
HOTELKAST SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA
Last year, almost 1 million people visited the Lake Area and those numbers continue to increase. Corporate and leisure travel comprise one of the Lake Area’s top industries, and we are home to some of the best restaurants, casinos, and nightlife in the country.
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HOTELKAST SOUTHEAST TEXAS
In Southeast Texas, the “Golden Triangle” region encompasses Beaumont, Port Arthur, Orange, and the surrounding areas. The area features great restaurants, live entertainment, unique shops, natural scenery, and plenty of museums that make this a great destination for travelers.
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