Hilton Head Island was conceived as a vacation destination, and rental homes have been a part of that vision since the beginning. Now, a small minority is reshaping the landscape, and Dru Brown and his colleagues find themselves at the center of a real advocacy fight. In this episode, we explore how things got out of hand in the land of golf, tennis, and pickleball and how a different kind of scorecard can prevent this sort of thing from happening in the future. Drew also takes us through how what he's learned on the island can be applied at a national level through the VRMA.

This season is made possible by Minut and TrackHS as well as our thought partner AirDNA.

AirDNA is every vacation rental manager's go-to source for themost accurate property performance, benchmarking, and acquisition insights. Come see why over 2,000 global VRMs trust AirDNA to move their businesses forward. https://www.airdna.co/

Minut monitors noise, occupancy, motion and temperature in rental properties, helping hosts care for their homes, guests and community. https://www.minut.com/

Track Hospitality Software powered by TravelNet Solutions transforms your vacation rental company so you can transform the way vacation rental advocacy plays out in your region. https://tnsinc.com/hospitality-hub/track/

Visit our Whiteboard to see questions, roadblocks and breakthroughs from each episode in the pursuit of a scorecard here: https://www.canva.com/design/DAFQxP...are&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishpresent

Thank you to our guest this episode:

Dru Brown: httpshttps://www.islandtimehhi.com/
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