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Video: PKF's Mark Woodworth Discusses the Current State of the
U.S. Lodging Industry in Hotel Horizons Update


ATLANTA, Ga., July 26, 2011 - Mark Woodworth, President of PKF Hospitality Research, discusses the current state of the U.S. lodging industry.

U.S. Lodging Industry Update

 
R. Mark Woodworth is president of Colliers PKF Hospitality Research and is based in Atlanta (www.pkfc.com). 
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Contact: 

Mark Woodworth
President 
PKF Hospitality Research
3475 Lenox Road, Suite 720
Atlanta, GA  30326   20170
(404) 842-1150, ext 222
Email: mark.woodworth@pkfc.com

 

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