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Advocacy - SBBA provides a united voice for the bed and breakfast sector in Saskatchewan.

Newsletters - The Rooster Newster newsletter is sent to all members. It provides information and ideas to enhance members’ operations.

SBBA Web site - www.bbsask.ca - All members are listed on the SBBA home page, and links are provided to members’ web sites and e-mail addresses.

Enhanced Listing in Tourism Accommodation Guides and Websites - In the Tourism Saskatchewan website and Discovery Guide, SBBA members are identified as “accredited” with the Black Rooster Logo. SBBA members who are on BBCanada.com will have the Black Rooster symbol on their listing there.

Networking and Referrals - SBBA provides opportunities for members to share experience and ideas. Members’ brochures are exchanged, and members frequently refer guests to each other.

Saskatchewan B&B Directory - This annual listing of SBBA members is widely distributed throughout the prairies.

Show Your Card & Save Program - Most members choose to be involved in this CAA program. CAA Sask. promotes SBBA businesses through their member network, brochures and website. In return, participating B&Bs give a 10% discount to SYC&S cardholders.

Consultation and Support - Members can receive advice, assistance and support as requested.

Loans - Loans of up to $20,000 may be available to members at an interest rate of 5%.

Promotions and Advertising - SBBA promotes and advertises the bed and breakfast experience through a variety of media.

Annual Conferences - This is a program of speakers, workshops and networking - and the annual meeting to discuss SBBA policy and direction.

No-cost Insurance - SBBA members have free accidental death and dismemberment insurance coverage.

Dear Friends,

Greetings on behalf of the Saskatchewan Bed and Breakfast Association. We are the voluntary, not-for-profit organization that brings together, represents and promotes all the accredited bed and breakfasts, guest houses and guest ranches in Saskatchewan.

SBBA operates a B&B quality assurance program: to be a member of SBBA, the bed and breakfast first needs to be inspected and accredited by SBBA. Only once a B&B has been inspected and accredited is it eligible to become a member.

The benefits of membership in the Saskatchewan Bed and Breakfast Association include being listed on the SBBA website (www.bbsask.ca), being included in the association’s annual print directory of accredited B&Bs, and being able to use the Black Rooster logo with BBCanada.com, Tourism Saskatchewan and in the B&B’s own marketing material to assure potential guests that the B&B has been inspected by SBBA and has met their quality assurance standards. Other benefits of membership include access to loans of up to $20,000 at an interest rate of 5%, networking with other members, quarterly newsletters, and much more! Consultation and support is offered through the SBBA office to all members.

So if you already operate a bed and breakfast and would like to join the community of B&B operators in Saskatchewan, or if you are simply thinking of starting a bed and breakfast, please visit our website (www.bbsask.ca) and see the “Join Us” section.

Please feel free to contact the SBBA office any time by phone or e-mail. I look forward to hearing from you.

Bryan Tudor
Executive Director

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