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Blog posts from April, 2011

Lease Financing in the Hospitality Sector
Advantages of Lease Financing in the Hospitality Sector

Picture this. You have a potential customer who is looking to rent more chairs than you currently have in stock. Another customer is holding a large function and wants the Crystal Chiavari Chairs they saw at a recent bridal show, and you've got tables that have seen better days and need to be replaced. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way that you could get all of this product without a massive initial cash outlay?


There may be a solution to your problems; Lease Financing. With lease financing, you get the product you need immediately and payments spread out over the term of the lease that are manageable. National Event Supply has put together a document explaining all of the ins and outs of leasing in the hospitality sector, as well as showing how companies can use lease financing to expand their business into new areas while keeping their inventory up to date.

Download our report on Advantages of Lease Financing in the Hospitality Sector today! We've included contacts with several leasing companies with whom we have a relationship.


Dennis Heathcote running for Associate Director of the CRA Ontario

Dennis Heathcote, President of National Event Supply, is currently running for the position of Associate Director of the Canadian Rental Association-Ontario.

Dennis has more than 20 years of sales and marketing experience in small- and medium-size technology companies. In 2005, Heathcote and his partner, Diana McKee, purchased D & K Imports to deliver quality products to the rental market across Canada. As an associate member of the Canadian Rental Association and ARA, D & K Imports has exhibited at The Rental Show, the CRA Ontario Trade Show, the Prairie Show and the Quebec Expo. He recently launched a new division, National Event Supply. Dennis is running to give back to the rental industry. “Membership offers so much value to both rental business operators and manufacturers and suppliers,” he says. “As associate director, I would like to share the value of membership, help the CRA Ontario grow and find new ways to serve its members.”

"As 2011 progresses, we are seeing increased strength and optimism in the rental sector. It is my hope to parlay this strength in the sector to increase the breadth of products that we offer as a service to our customers as well as enhance our current offerings." Dennis hopes for your support at the April 20, 2011 meeting and looks forward to serving the Canadian Rental Industry in the future.

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