ATLANTA, December 9, 2015 – Event organizers with the 28th annual Hunter Hotel Investment Conference, one of the nation’s top hotel investment conferences, anticipate the best Hunter conference to date on March 16 – 18, 2016, at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, Ga. The prominent real estate and finance conference annually attracts the highest percentage of hotel owners and expects to host over 1,200 hotel and finance executives at its three-day event.
Keynote speakers will include Jonathan Tisch, chairman of Loews Hotels, and Terry Jones, Chairman of Wayblazer. Jones is also the founder of Travelocity.com and founding Chairman of Kayak.com. As always there will be multiple panels featuring key executives from the nation’s top companies.
“As hotel investment advisors, we are in a privileged position of talking daily to hotel owners and investors and know what issues are most pressing to them,” said Lee Hunter, conference co-chair and COO of Hunter Hotel Advisors. “We apply this knowledge when planning the conference program so it reflects the pulse of the industry.”
With the guidance of a strong advisory board, Hunter recruits the industry’s key players for both keynote and panel discussions. The end result is a wide cross-section of educational panels with more than 100 speakers. Sessions include innovators, economists and thought leaders who speak on an array of timely topics relevant to hotel owners and investors focused on hotel real estate, development, and financing. “We promise and deliver meaningful, timely and relevant topics so conference attendees can capitalize on the current economic cycle and industry trends,” said Hunter.
The Hunter Hotel Investment Conference has a loyal following of attendees and sponsors and a takes great pride in carrying out their 28-year tradition for bringing together hotel owners and the industry’s leading executives. “Extensive networking is a key component,” said Hunter. “If you are a hotel owner, hotel executive or hotel investor, this conference is a must for building relationships and deal making.”
Conference registration is open and early bird rates apply through Feb. 10. Proceeds from The Hunter Hotel Investment Conference provide scholarships to hospitality students within the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality at Georgia State University. For online registration, please visit the conference website at www.HunterConference.com or contact Nancy Petenbrink, conference director, at 770-916-0300 or Nancy.Petenbrink@HunterHotels.net.