Insights and tips on how to protect your adventure sports business, giving you and your guests peace of mind.
When insuring your outfitter and guides business, you have probably had questions regarding 1099 guides. Oftentimes, 1099 paperwork can be difficult to understand and extremely complex. It’s always best to consult with an attorney and accountant before structuring your staff and how to handle workers’ compensation laws.
Waivers are required for any outdoor business where participants could be at risk while partaking in the sport. It doesn’t matter if you own a hiking business, white-water rafting company, or operate a fishing charter, having your customers complete a liability waiver before participating is a must.
If you own an adventure sports business, you need the right outfitters and guide insurance to protect your company (and your heart). Without the right coverage, you’re at risk of financial loss if your property/gear is damaged or a guest is injured. Many outfitter owners are not sure if they’re compatible with this type of insurance.
The world of outfitters and guides is extremely unique from most businesses. You are always pushing limits and providing your customers with the most fun they have had in ages. Each adventure is full of thrill and excitement. However, unforeseen events can occur and leave you without income or equipment for a period of time.
In a world full of many options, it can be difficult and time-consuming trying to select the perfect gift for the explorer in your life. Finding gifts they will love and not exchange at the store for store credit, may seem impossible. Behold our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide for the adventurous.
There’s nothing quite like the first castoff from the boat. Excitement and anticipation fills the air with hope the first catch will be nothing but exceptional. With emotions running high, don’t let safety slip your mind when afloat with guests. Follow these tips to help ensure a safe day on the water with your crew.
To keep fun a part of your group’s day, preventive planning for trail rides is key. When an animal is thrown into the equation, it can be difficult to judge all possible outcomes. Evaluating your gear, warming up the horses and guests, and taking extra precautions before heading out on the trail will provide you with more peace of mind. Checkoff these trail ride safety tips before beginning your ride!
As excitement fills the air, remember when you or your guests, especially if they are novice, are using firearms or bows, your potential risk can significantly increase. Keep your hunting experience not only fun, but safe for your guests. Checkoff these safety tips to help minimize potential risks.
"After an uncertain spring and a difficult summer, outfitters could use a break. Unfortunately, along the western coast of the United States, wildfires are raging. In this region of the country, over 5 million acres have burned in recent weeks. Thousands have lost their homes and businesses in California, Oregon, and Washington in one of the most intense fire seasons in recorded history." -America Outdoors
In part 1 of our series, Business Survival Plan: Guide to Finance, we focused on how to be financially secure during a crisis. Part 2 is about contingency planning to help you prepare for unexpected events minimizing their impact on your business.
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CBIZ Sattler Adventure Sports Insurance, a division of CBIZ Insurance Services, Inc., is the largest insurer of adventure sports businesses in the United States. As part of an $850 million New York Stock Exchange traded company (CBZ), we developed a policy coverage to meet the needs for those in the recreation and outfitting industries. Our policy is underwritten by an A.M. Best Rated A++ (Superior) company.
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