Jim Bradbury, GM of La Fonda in Santa Fe, N.M., Named Chair
|WASHINGTON, D.C., January 30, 2007 -- National Trust Historic Hotels
of America, a collection of 207 historically significant hotels, announced
its 2007 board of advisors. Jim Bradbury, general manager of La Fonda
in Santa Fe, N.M., was named chair of the advisory board. He previously
served as the board's chairman from 1999-2000. La Fonda has been a member
of Historic Hotels of America since 1992. Tina Harlow, regional director
of operations for Grand Heritage Hotels International, was named vice chairwoman.
In addition to advising the National Trust Historic Hotels of America staff on key issues and mapping the future goals of the organization, the role of the advisory board is to foster communication among the organization's diverse membership.
Historic Hotels of America Advisory Board Chair
Jim Bradbury, CHA - La Fonda, Santa Fe, N.MHistoric Hotels of America Advisory Board Vice Chair
Tina Harlow - Grand Heritage Hotels International, Portland, Ore.Historic Hotels of America Advisory Board Members
Bill Baxter - The Wort Hotel, Jackson Hole, Wyo.Historic Hotels of America is a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Historic Hotels has identified 207 hotels that have faithfully maintained their historic integrity, architecture and ambiance. To be selected for this prestigious program, a hotel must be at least 50 years old, listed in or eligible for the National Register of Historic Places or recognized as having historic significance.
|Also See:||Historic Hotels of America Announces 2005 Board of Advisors / January 2005|
|Paul J. Sacco, Managing Director at Omni Netherland Plaza in Cincinnati, Named Chairman of the National Trust Historic Hotels Board of Advisors / Mar 2001|