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Lodging & Resorts

Whether you're a small, intimate country inn or large-scale, multi-dimensional resort, delivering top-notch service throughout your establishment is critical to your success.

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Conference and Tradeshow Schedule

"TRI is pleased to meet you in person!"

Transaction Resources, Inc. (TRI) team members, including principals David Frick, Phil Kluge and Jesse Snyder, attend and present our credit card processing services with their added values at hard-to-miss TRI displays. We also present the myriad of ways that our gift, loyalty and club card services can advance business growth through our CardDog product offerings. You'll discover what it means to be "Powered by CardDog!" when you visit with us at a show.

It's a great way to meet our customers and clients in person, and also have opportunities to begin conversations with those who are seeking a new credit card processing company upon whom they can rely for personal, skilled service. All our staff are US-based and our Customer Service Team is highly trained to answer all questions, and assure your payment systems are running quickly and securely. 

Owners and other staff have been pleased to meet up with Ski Industry representatives, car wash owners, restaurant management, pharmacy owners and others in person at both tradeshows and conferences. Check back soon. We have posted the early portion of 2015.

 

Maine Campground Owners Association

Friday, April 10, 2015 
Portland Sports Complex, (Gold Room), Portland, ME
Host: Deb Cote


Northeast Pharmacy Service Corporation Expo

Wednesday and Thursday, April 15 & 16, 2015
Mystic Marriott & Spa, Mystic, CT
Hosts: Phil Kluge & Sue Strezo

 



 

 

 

 

 


Client Comments

"Switching to TRI; the whole process was uneventful. You did what you said you would do. The rates are reasonable. It works."

Ray Morley, Owner
Ipswich Bed & Breakfast

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How A Little Seasonal Staff Training Saves Big on Credit Card Costs

Many merchants hire seasonal staff. The new employees usually receive some sales and customer service training. Often overlooked is training on Credit Card processing. Improperly trained staff can cost merchants a significant amount of money and effort. One of our ski resort clients found a few hours of training saved them $15,000 a year. We have outlined some of the more common situations where improperly trained staff may make costly errors. Any sound familiar to you?