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AHLA Announces 2017 Board of Directors

AHLA Announces 2017 Board of Directors

NEW YORK—During its Annual Meeting of Members in New York, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) today announced its 2017 Board of Directors slate, including the Officers of the Board. Notably, Mark Carrier, President of the B.F. Saul Company ...

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Super 8 Unveils Reserved Parking for Vets

Super 8 Unveils Reserved Parking for Vets

Yesterday, just in time for Veterans Day, Super 8 rolled out an initiative that honors the men and women who have served in the armed forces by introducing reserved parking spaces for veterans at all Super 8 hotels across the ...

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Presidian Hotels to Manage Hotel Saint George

Presidian Hotels to Manage Hotel Saint George

MARFA, Texas—Presidian Hotels, a full-service hotel management company based in San Antonio, Texas, announced today that it has taken over management of the distinctive Hotel Saint George located in Marfa, Texas. Presidian Chief Executive Officer Charles Leddy made the announcement. ...

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Chesapeake Adds Three Hotels to Managed Portfolio

Chesapeake Adds Three Hotels to Managed Portfolio

GREENBELT, Md.—Chesapeake Hospitality, a dynamic third-party hotel management company, announced today that it has been selected manager of the Hotel Indigo St. Louis Downtown, the Holiday Inn Washington-College Park hotel and the Detroit Airport Marriott hotel. Kim Sims, president of ...

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Hotel Equities to Manage Fairfield Inn Memphis

Hotel Equities to Manage Fairfield Inn Memphis

ATLANTA—Atlanta-based Hotel Equities recently announced its selection as the management firm for the new Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott as part of a development in downtown Memphis, Tenn. Goodlettsville-based EPIQ Hotels, Inc. and MNR Hospitality, under the leadership of ...

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Hotel Industry Responds to Human Trafficking Crisis

Hotel Industry Responds to Human Trafficking Crisis

ORLANDO, Fla.—Human trafficking of children and adults continues to be a serious issue for the global hospitality industry, as traffickers sometimes use hotels to carry out their illegal operations. The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), in partnership with Marriott ...

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