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Hotel Real Estate Veteran Hank Wolpert Joins HREC Investment Advisors
as Vice President in firms Dallas Office

(Denver, Colorado; Dallas, Texas) - September 11, 2012 -  HREC Investment Advisors is pleased to announce that Hank Wolpert has joined the firm as Vice President in the Dallas, Texas office.

Prior to joining HREC, Hank was Senior Vice President for Colliers International Hotels (CIH) and its predecessor, PFK Capital in the Dallas-Fort Worth office.  He performed acquisition and disposition brokerage, asset management and hotel advisory work.  Over his 40-year career in the industry, Hank's extensive industry background has allowed him to have superior understanding of both individual assets and portfolios as well as their positioning, potential and upside value creation.  Hank also served 15 years with Marriott Corporation and Sheraton Corporation in senior roles in operations, sales and marketing and was Senior Vice President of Development for Richfield Hospitality Services.  He received his Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Maryland.  He currently holds a Texas real estate license and is a Certified Hotel Administrator (CHA).

"I am very pleased to be joining HREC's highly respected and dedicated national hotel team, which provides me the unique opportunity to bring proven expertise, services, performance and resources to my industry clients and the South Central region," stated Wolpert.

"We are excited to add a seasoned hotel vet to our team.  I have known Hank for many years and I have always respected his hotel knowledge and deal acumen.  The fact that we can now better serve our clients with assets in Texas and the Southwest is an added bonus as we continue to grown our hotel brokerage and investment banking platform," expressed Geoff Davis, President of HREC Investment Advisors.

About HREC:  HREC is the nation's leading lodging and gaming real estate advisory firm specializing in property sales, mortgage brokerage, equity/JV structuring, consulting (market studies and appraisals), and litigation support. With fourteen offices throughout North America, HREC is distinguished by unwavering commitment to client service through its team approach, intellectual capital and hotel/casino specialization. For more information, visit


Hank Wolpert - Vice President
HREC Investment Advisors - Dallas
17305 Preston Road, Suite 800
Dallas, Texas 75252
Phone:  214-538-6637
Fax:  972-208-1815

Geoff Davis

Ashley Hunt

Director of Marketing
303-267-0057 ext. 100

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