In the world of athletic spaces, managing recreational equipment comes with its own set of challenges. Join us as we explore the impact of Inventory loss, access limitations, and complex management systems on campus gyms and community centers and learn innovative, automated strategies to overcome these hurdles.
Tuesday, March 5th at 1PM CT
- The Landscape of Recreational Management: Overview of common challenges, focusing on inventory loss and the complexities of current management systems.
- Challenges in Recreational Management: Discuss common challenges in managing recreational inventory, such as equipment tracking, maintenance, and accessibility.
- Addressing Inventory Loss and Trust Issues: Examining the impact of these challenges on operational efficiency and user experience, and discussing ways to build trust through reliable management practices.
- The Power of Automation: Explore how automation improves operational efficiency, reduces manual errors, and enhances user experience.
- Innovative Solutions for Simplified Management: Introducing automated solutions that streamline operations, reduce inventory loss, and make recreational management more accessible and user-friendly.
- Real-world Success Stories: Sharing case studies where enhanced management systems have significantly improved efficiency and user satisfaction.
- Interactive Q&A Session: An open forum for discussing these challenges and solutions, with a focus on practical application in various athletic and recreational settings.
Griffin Harrington, CEO & Co-Founder, RecRe
Griffin Harrington is the co-founder and CEO of RecRe. RecRe started as a simple idea that Griffin had to make recreational items like basketballs and tennis rackets available in public parks, just like bikes and scooter sharing programs. That original idea has evolved into an automated rental solution that’s expanding access to equipment and fitness gear in recreational spaces across the country.
Jason Levy, Campus Relations Manager, RecRe
Jason spent more than 20 years working on campus in various Student Union/Student Activities roles. His work at Temple University, UNC Charlotte, and Vanderbilt University included campus improvement projects, staff development, facility & budget management, and events management. He served in leadership roles in both NACAS and ACUI as a regional and association wide volunteer and is interested in the many ways that technology positively impacts students, spaces, and engagement on campus.
RecRe is revolutionizing the way higher education institutions lend campus resources to students. We offer an all-in-one free rental platform that combines the modern convenience of lending lockers with the precision and efficiency of inventory management software. With RecRe, students can borrow items as they need them, and administrators can oversee inventory, manage rentals and returns, and access product-usage analytics for more informed decision-making. More info: https://recrebox.com/