After meeting Arthur Winston
on one of her business trips, Christina moved to Palm Beach County, FL, where the couple got married in 1988.
Christina developed a multi-million dollar real estate business in Palm Beach County, FL, while assisting Arthur
in his own business ventures.
...Arthur I. WinstonCo-Owner and Vice President With extensive experience and involvement in his own business since 1964, Arthur Winston is co-owner and Vice President of Yield Channel, Inc.
"Find a need and fill it" is the motto of his
considerable business acumen and his
passion for sales.Arthur
first car in his
father's car dealership in New York when he
was 8 years old.He left college with a Bachelor's degree in agriculture and started his career as a salesman in his father's New York car dealership.
When the catering truck business was evolving, Arthur
secured an exclusive catering truck dealership and built it with hard work and good customer care into the leader of the industry.By 1965 Arthur commanded the sale of over 90% of catering trucks in the New York Metro area.Arthur
retired for the first time in 1975 to Florida after selling his
business.However, retirement was not cut out for Arthur's energetic nature.In 1981 he
bought a Dunkin' Donuts Franchise in North Palm Beach, FL, and built it into the nation's largest volume store within 5 years.He
sold that business too, and moved on to several more.In 1998, Arthur Winston founded Discount Hotels America, Inc.Ô d/b/a HotelKingdom.comÔ, providing hotel bookings over the Internet worldwide.
, the support of his
"hotelier friends" has always been most important.The step towards building the channel management tool Yield-O-Matic was only logical after Hoteliers were becoming increasingly overwhelmed with the ever-growing task of yield management.Arthur and Christina Winston founded Yield Channel, Inc. in 2004 and developed a product (Yield-O-Matic) that enabled hoteliers to yield multiple third-party providers in one step.
Yield-O-Matic's popularity is growing fast and Arthur
is happy that he
could again fill a need.