Supporting The Industry
At United Park Brokers, we strongly believe that whether you are considering purchasing an RV Park, Campground, RV Resort, or Glamping Resort, or developing from scratch, it makes great sense to assemble your ‘Success Team’. That means existing owners too! In our view, becoming a member of your State or National Association can be a huge part of that team. State Associations will be the most familiar with existing laws, pending regulations, trends, and alliance partners familiar with what affects your park directly, and they can be a wealth of information and assistance. They are also a great resource for networking with industry colleagues to share tips and share the journey.
United Park Brokers is proud to be affiliated with these Associations as Supplier Members:
Regional Association of states in the Northeast, including Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland and Massachusetts. With a significant sphere of influence in these states, NCA is a powerhouse serving the Northeast with broad influence.
The Lone Star State’s formidable ally for the Outdoor Hospitality industry, and the park owner’s best friend. TACO’s significant influence is what you need as part of your Team.
The Canadian Camping and RV Council supports and promotes the Camping and RV industry through collaboration with all of the country’s Provincial Campground Associations, as well as Individual Private Campground Owners, the RVDA of Canada, the Canadian Recreation Vehicle Association, and GoRVing Canada.
The official voice of the Glamping industry in the USA, with substantial networking abroad. Providing advocacy, consulting, industry discounts and programs, networking, and a partner in The Glamping Show USA, held annually in Aurora, CO. The voice of Glamping.
In sum, United Park Brokers proudly supports organizations in 17 states (and growing), 9
Associations in Canada, and across all states via the AGA. We believe it is important to ‘give back’ in the form of supporting the organizations that support you; that is why we make a donation from each concluded sale to the Associations benefitting the state in which the transaction occurred, and we also pay for the first year’s membership for the new owners.
It’s all part of the UPB culture of doing whatever we can to show support for the many hours spent by volunteer Board Members giving unselfishly of their time end energies, and the Executives who steer the course. We’re all better when we’re working together!