Revenue Boosters

Recreation should add to your bottom line, whether you offer an activity as a free amenity for all guests to enjoy, or create a “pay for play” zone. We can help with the right selection, placement, marketing and operational adjustments to make the most out of your investment. Some of our recent success stories include:

  • A custom H2Whoa Zone offered at no extra charge for paying guests, and at a daily rate for walk-ins, netted $60,000 its first season, providing seed money for other renovation plans.
  • An attractive Mini Golf course at a campground provided a focal point for the walking trails, prompting more spontaneous sales from campers, and is also open to the local community, extending shoulder season sales.
  • A Splashpad at a local community park draws traffic off the highway, bringing in business to local restaurants, shops and gas stations. Another community’s Splashpad and shade shelter can be rented for parties, adding revenue to the parks department.

When done right, it pays off. We can help you with planning, phasing, revenue modeling, insurance and financing. Give us a call toll-free at 877-896-8442 to get started.


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    • “I have known Ron Romens for over 20 years and enjoy working with the friendly, professional and courteous team at CRS. When I buy from CRS, I can trust the product will handle the high volume of my commercial rental business. And when I have a question or problem, their customer service team is always there for me. They understand what it takes to keep my businesses up and running and do whatever it takes to keep us there. They’re the best!”

      —Tony S.

      Tigertail Beach Rentals

    • “You are Stoughton Recreation’s ’2013 Retail Specialist of the Year’. The resolution for our issue was better than expected. Your company is awesome!”

      —Tom L.

      City of Stoughton

    • “Once again, thank you for your awesome customer service!”

      —Tim M.

      Riverview Bible Camp

    • Thank you for all your help and support.

      —Shannon H.

      Salem Family YMCA