‘Homerunners’ goes behind the scenes of a burning $78.6 billion industry

New docu-series will be presented in October at the international VRMA conference in Las Vegas; Over 750 property managers and industry professionals are expected

PONTE VEDRA, Florida., September 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The world premiere of the “Homerunners” docuseries will take place on October 23at Caesar’s Palace in Vegas within the framework of the international conference of the Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA). Over 750 property managers and industry professionals are expected to attend the event which will be sponsored in part by VTrips and TravelNet Solutions and include red carpet interviews by Alex Husner and Annie Holcombe of fame from the “Alex & Annie” vacation rental podcast.

Hosted by the Founder of Vacation Rental Marketing Blog Matt Landau“Homerunners” docuseries takes a behind-the-scenes look at the $78.6 billion vacation rental industry and leaders paving the way for future growth. The industry is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 5.3% through 2030, according to Grandview Research.

The first episode will highlight the work of the founder and CEO of VTrips Steve Milowhich explains how he scaled his growing business from a handful of properties to thousands, all to help vacationers create memories that last a lifetime.

One of the fastest growing leaders in the industry, Milo, along with his team at VTrips, manages over 5,000 vacation homes in resort destinations across United Statesmaking it the second largest vacation rental company in North America.

“With travelers choosing vacation rentals over hotels more than ever and with the rise of platforms like Airbnb and vrbo, one would assume that hosting these travelers is easy and cost effective,” Landau says in the post. opening sequence of the film. “But no one knows if they can do it on a large scale without losing the personal touches that make vacation rentals unique.”

Production agency Mangofish Studios, which also produces Landau’s “Vacation Rental Show” YouTube channel with over a million views, cast Milo and VTrips for the first episode to explore industry issues like as the regulation and defense of short-term rentals.

“Judging by the popularity of docuseries like ‘Chef’s Table’ and ‘Drive to Survive’, it’s clear there’s a growing demand for these kinds of stories,” the Mangofish Studios executive said. Stuart Hooper. “We believe that looking behind the scenes at a story like Steve and VTrips is compelling for a wider audience and that the success of educational media like ‘Homerunners’ suggests that audiences are ready and interested in a deeper examination of complex issues.”

Madeline listsenior research analyst at Phocuswright and the first winner of the event, will open the Vegas first with insights from Phocuswright’s Consumer Travel Report and 2022 Short-Term Rental Market Sizing Study.

The first episode “Homerunners” features celebrities from the vacation rental industry, including Amy Hinot from VRMIntel, Executive Director of VRMA Kimberly Milesco-founder of Vacasa Cliff Johnson, Miriam Ramsey of Jackson Mountain Homes, David Angotti from SmokyMountains.com, and Ryan Bailey of TravelNet Solutions.

After the premiere, Phocuswright will interview some of the cast from the first episode with ryan lady, co-owner of Casago, who will be featured in the second episode of “Homerunners.” Attendees of the event will also be the first to publicly view a preview of the second episode.

The event will include fundraising for the VRMA Advocacy Fund and drinks sponsored in part by BeHome 24/7, Redsky Travel Insurance and Vacay Home Connect. Space is limited, so guests are encouraged to RSVP for the VRMA International Conference and “Homerunners” World Premiere at https://pp.events/av9mkGOx.

See a preview of the episode here: Matt Landau’s HOMERUNNERS Episode 1 Sizzle ft. VTrips

ABOUT VTRIPS: Founded in 2006 by a visionary Steve Milo as a management solution for its own account Florida rental properties, VTrips is one of the fastest growing vacation rental management companies in United States. Now with over 15 brands and 5,000 private vacation villas, condominiums and homes in resort destinations everywhere Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, New Mexico, North Carolina, Caroline from the south, Tennessee and Texas, VTrips believes in staffing its offices nationwide with dedicated local experts to exceed the expectations of owners and vacationers. More information at VTrips.com.

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