"The Operations Manual, which has been copyrighted by LSI, is provided to the franchises
during the term of the Franchise Agreement. Any material copied from the
Operations Manual must be only for use in the operation of the franchisee's
Camp-Resort and only during the term of the Franchise Agreement. The franchisee
is required to retain possession of any and all copies at all times."
PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS - To Print, highlight the area to be printed
and go to File/Print and then use the "selection" option and "Print"
Signs are communicators. Every sign that gives direction should
be erected with the realization that a total stranger who sees it
will again be lost after traveling one hundred feet if another one
doesn't come into view.
No camper, no matter how seasoned, is not "at home" in
a camp-resort until he or she is familiar with the location of facilities
offered. The quicker this can be accomplished with signs and maps,
the more satisfied everyone would be. From the registration office,
even if the next facility is just a few feet over the rise, put
up a sign. The ultimate sign is a Camp-Resort map.
If an advertising sign is posted at the entrance, it should get
frequent examination by the maintenance staff. A broken sign, or
one with chipped paint, is not a good salesman. Signs should also
be attractive within the Camp-Resort. Use Yogi site markers, mini
golf hole markers and street signs for a well- rounded theme in
your camp-resort. Replace torn or folded Mylar's when necessary.
If informational signage is used throughout the Camp-Resort, make
sure it is done professionally - avoid using handwritten
signs and tape.