News for the Hospitality Executive
ATLANTA, November 8, 2010—Officials of the Hunter Hotel
Investment Conference, one of the four major national annual hotel
conferences, today announced that the 23rd annual event will be held
March 6-8, 2011, at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. Two industry
luminaries, Jim Abrahamson,
president of Americas, Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG), and Jack
and chairman, Value Place, will headline the event as keynote speakers.
“We have a strong tradition of bringing in the top industry leaders to share successful hospitality business practices as keynote speakers,” said Bob Hunter, CEO of Hunter Realty and conference co-chair. “Jim has played a leadership role in the development of a number of the world’s leading brands, while Jack is the acknowledged ‘father’ of the extended-stay concept. We look forward to hearing their unique insights into the industry and its future outlook.
“The conference has gained a strong reputation as an important networking and education event over the last 22 years,” Hunter added. “This conference focuses on the needs of hotel owners, who make up a large number of our total attendees. Proceeds from the event support special scholarships at Georgia State University’s Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality.”
The conference headquarters are located at 300 Galleria Parkway, S-620, Atlanta, Ga. 30339
Jerry Daly, Chris Daly
Daly Gray Public Relations
Hotel Investment Conference Sets Event Theme of The Money & The
Marketplace: Hotel Investing in Today's Financial Climate; Proceeds
from the Event Benefit Georgia State University's Hotel School /
|The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality at Georgia State University Offering a Masters of Business Administration in Hotel Real Estate; First Such MBA Specialization in the Nation / July 2007|
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