The Anatomy of City Clubs
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This quarter’s Chambers Survey of club leaders around the country focused on generating revenue and combating inefficiencies.
80% have added special events and programs in hopes of increasing revenues
69% have recently improved recreational facilities
54% ginned up outdoor food & beverage service
Fitness facilities were most often the most recently renovated space:
50% have renovated within the last 3 years
Renovating dining facilities increased revenues by at least 10% for 76% of respondents
58% of those who upped the ante on their function and banquet facilities have seen a 20+% increase
Improvements to fitness and swimming facilities made for at least a 10+% bump for more than 75%
63% have up-to-date infrastructure systems (HVAC, electrical, plumbing)
For those who’ve updated their systems in the last 5 years, 29% have seen an 11-20% energy savings
57% are saving 5-10%
70% are NOT using a technology-based system to manage and optimize mechanical and energy systems
AND THE WORK-AROUNDS
54% are overstaffed because of layout inefficiencies
46% have added extra HVAC to regulate problem spaces
23% have had to shut down spaces because they’re too hot or too cold
Want to participate in our next survey? Email us your name, title and club.
The results of The Chambers Survey will be released with each quarterly issue of Club Road. Chambers received responses from club owners and GMs in 14 states, from California to New York, Michigan to Florida.