Multiple Listing Policy



MULTIPLE CAMPS UNDER A SINGLE LISTING
Although our listing structure has been designed to house a single camp location, you are able to assign multiple camps under a single listing; however, location information and other functionality may not be completely accurate as reflected in our database structure and the way in which our search engine operates.

MULTIPLE LISTINGS BY A SINGLE ENTITY
Conversely, you are able to submit separate Camper Recruitment Listings for distinctly different camps (not programs) if each camp owns and maintains a different fixed physical location or set of (accounting) books. Although a single camp might offer multiple programs of significance (which you may even market as individual "camps"), our database system has been designed to group all programs under a single camp listing.

Inclusion of a significant amount of duplicate text between two or more listings belonging to the same organization is prohibited. While it might be necessary to use some of the same language for marketing purposes, you are encouraged to provide as much unique information pertaining to each individual listing as possible. Multiple listings containing 50% or more duplicate text may not be activated or processed; whereby you will be asked to consolidate all of your programs into a single listing (updated 10/18/2016).

A camp which denotes itself as a "Travel Camp" or "Adventure Camp" which has multiple offsite programs can have only one listing.

Multiple listings which reflect the same (or similar) camp name, must also include the respective "City, Sate" location within the Camp Name field as follows:

Camp ABC (Eagle River, WI)
Camp ABC (Rhinelander, WI)

The addition of location information to the Camp Name is necessary to better allow visitors to more easily discern differences between listings of the same name in the context of search results. VerySpecialCamps.com (Camp Channel, Inc.) reserves the right to unilaterally update listing information accordingly.

Multiple listings are prohibited from explicitly denoting (within the camp state and city fields) the specific locations of other active listings. In other words, you are welcome to mention the existence of other camp locations (by name) within your listing's descriptive text, but it is prohibited to add a redundant location to any listing which causes our system to index and display multiple listings of duplicate content for the same city or state.

If you are going to submit multiple listings, it is necessary to complete the registration process individually for each additional listing so as each camp has it's own unique "camp profile".

There is currently a limit of 6 listings per organization for all new listings which adhere to our multiple listing policy. Please contact us if you have questions.

Listing applications which abide by our multiple listing policy will be reviewed and considered first. Multiple listing submissions which violate our policy may result in disqualification for inclusion on VerySpecialCamps.com.

VERYSPECIALCAMPS.COM RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY APPLICATION AT OUR SOLE DISCRETION.