Given the crucial upcoming presidential election and tenuous initial signs of economic recovery, 2013 will be a pivotal year in the long-term financial prosperity of the private club industry. Much of a club's success depends on the available discretionary fund of members and potential members. Yet, recent economic turmoil has led to an industry-wide weakening of consumer confidence.
How are clubs staying financially healthy in these uncertain times? This presentation will examine how the dramatic economic impact of the 2012 election (regardless of the results) as well as the gradual beginnings of economic rebound will affect clubs in the short term and into the future. Now is the time to be prepared. Join us to find out how!
Kevin Reilly is a Partner at PBMares, LLP. His areas of practice include hospitality consulting including clubs, hotels and restaurants, real estate consulting, individual and business tax planning and preparation, and business advisory services.
Reilly's hospitality experience includes PKF North America as well as the Washington Metropolitan Club Controllers Chapter of the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) where he is a member and former president. Reilly has also written columns for many club industry publications.
Reilly received his undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Science, in Accounting at Providence College in Providence, R.I. He received his Juris Doctor at The Washington College of Law at American University in Washington, D.C.