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Podcast 183 features Bluewater Development Corporation

This week’s podcast features two representatives from Bluewater Development Corporation, a company based in Ocean City, Md., that is actively involved in the outdoor hospitality industry. The firm manages five RV resorts from Maine to North Carolina.

Ashley Church is the director of human resources and Rafael Correa is the chief financial officer.  Together they describe each of the resorts they serve and the amenities offered at the facilities. The resorts feature some unique housing options.

They explain the mission of Bluewater Development and the types of services the firm can provide to campgrounds and RV park developers.  They touch on the demographics of RVers they are seeking to reach.

Ashley also describes where the resorts find enough people to provide the level of service to guests they promise, and Rafael offers insight into the corporate culture.

The company hosted more than 120 Grand Design RV owners at The Resort at Massey’s Landing, in Long Neck, Del., last fall. So, RV clubs and owners groups looking for a fun, adventurous place for a gathering may want to check out the resorts managed by Bluewater Development.

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About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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  1. What happen to podcast 183 and can we get back to RVs and people like Chuck Woodberry, Mark Pork etc. Thanks