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And L. Wright. (1999). Principles of Service Marketing and Management. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Rice, G. D. (1983). Target marketing: The art of segmentation. Proceedings, Chain Operators Exchange, 5–6. Chicago: International Foodservice Manufacturers Association. Taylor, S. L. and R. M. Cosenza. (1997). Internal marketing can reduce employee turnover. Supervision, 58(12), 3– 5. ) When you have ﬁnished reading this chapter, you should be able to: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Describe the characteristics of hospitality services.
In manufacturing, marketing is generally carried out by a separate unit of the company. Although there are marketing departments in hospitality ﬁrms, everyone in the organization is involved in marketing because good performance by everyone is needed to secure repeat sales. The activities that constitute marketing are often referred to as the marketing mix, a term underlining the fact that marketing involves several related activities. The Marketing Mix The problem with the product and sales orientations of marketing discussed earlier is not that they are wrong, but that they are only partly right.
The standards an operation must reach are based on guest expectations. Delay or even a moment’s inattention in a luxury operation is an annoyance, to say the least, and a potentially serious defect in operating quality. However, waiting lines are a part of life at a theme park. No one expects Ritz quality at a quick-service restaurant. Even though most guests have reasonable expectations, service failures are a serious problem because they reduce the likelihood of repeat patronage and good word of mouth.