Obviously, I've published all of these ideas already. Anyone can open a venue. I'm not looking for profit from a business partnership. I'm focused on the long-term benefit of having the venues in place. I'm hoping that profits from the venues get wisely reinvested into nudist causes, instead of pocketed for lavish lifestyles. And I'm hoping that anyone who may copy my ideas also copies my philosophy.
The word "should" indicates a goal to strive for as a best effort. The word "must" indicates the venue needs to have it to earn my support.
Summary of ideas:
- The venue must be one of the following:
- The venue must be located in a city, and should be located in one of the largest cities in the states listed in (R4).
- The venue must provide privacy/seclusion and access control. (R2)
- The venue should be spacious and able to support a crowd. (R2)
- The venue must provide access to sunshine for sunbathing. (R2, R3)
- The venue must be easily accessible, and within range of a taxi. It should be along a main road. (R2)
- The venue must be comfortable. (R2)
- The venue must provide food through an internal restaurant, snack shop, groceries, or selection of delivered food. (R3)
- The venue must provide both hostel-style lodging and hotel-style lodging. (R6, R3)
- The venue must allow more granular "grounds fees", such as charging by the hour. (R7)
- The venue should evaluate the green technologies listed in (O3, O3.1, O3.2, O3.3) and implement any which would be profitable as soon as they can be afforded.
- The venue should diversify using my crowdsourced evolutionary model. (O4, O5) Note: Initial projects will likely be a pool, hot tub, games, fitness equipment, and other things nudists like to do.
- The venue should do iterative development. (O4)
- The venue should specialize in one or more specific events. (O4)
- The venue should consider all ideas from guests, and track the decision making process for transparency. (O4)
- The venue should offer chores in exchange for credit, so people can have a cheaper stay if they help out, using the framework in (O5) and the suggestion in (O-Recap3).
- The venue should encourage fundraisers, both to fund internal projects (O5) and to fund community projects (O7).
- The venue should implement ideal resource-sharing methods as described in (O6). Avoid the main example, however.
- The venue should make use of regulars with specific skills who are willing to support side-businesses, fundraisers, and community involvement. (R3)
- The venue must be open and involved with the community, such as attending meetings, fundraising for community efforts, offering textile "open house" days, and doing good whenever possible. (O7, R7)
Of course, there are other good ideas outside of the Future Resort series. For example, I cover effective use of markerboards here, might inspire a venue name and marketing ideas here, and might offer a few event ideas here.