REGIONALS SEASON IS NOW UNDERWAY.
AAHOA launched its 2022 Regional Conference & Trade Show schedule with a bang last month. Our regionals give attendees access to top vendors, incredible networking opportunities, and region-specific industry updates you can’t get anywhere else. These events are open to all hotel owners, even if you’re not already an AAHOA Member, and you can attend as many as you like. For more information and to sign up to join us for a regional this year, check out AAHOA.com/2022Regionals
FORE! AAHOA CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENTS HIT THE GREENS.
AAHOA’s 2022 Charity Golf Tournament schedule teed off last month and continues this month with the Southwest Charity Golf Tournament on June 7. We invite players and sponsors to join us as we come together to support local charities and ongoing COVID-19 relief efforts. It also will be a great opportunity to network while enjoying a beautiful day of competitive golf at some of the country’s premier golf courses. Sign up for the event near you! AAHOA.com/Golf
LET’S MAKE A DEAL!
Did you know AAHOA sends weekly deals and discounts from our Industry Partners exclusively for AAHOA Members? We took your feedback to heart and combined their specials into one weekly Vendor Digest, which is chock full of great offerings. Not subscribed? Simply update your communication preferences in MyAAHOA.com and opt in so you don’t miss out! You also can check out the online Vendor Directory for a complete list of AAHOA’s Industry Partners. AAHOA.com/Vendors
JOIN US FOR THE ALIS SUMMER UPDATE SERIES.
Make plans to join us in Nashville and Dallas this month as we cover views from the boardroom and hotel development. AAHOA is proud to co-host and collaborate with Davidson Hotels & Resorts in Dallas and Virgin Hotels in Nashville on these impactful events. There’s still time to register at Burba.com/ALISsummerupdate.
AAHOA WELCOMES NEW PRESIDENT & CEO.
Last month, AAHOA welcomed new President & CEO Laura Lee Blake back to the AAHOA family. Blake has been an attorney for more than 25 years and brings decades of experience in the fields of law, government, business, and academia to AAHOA. But she isn’t a newcomer to the organization. Blake previously worked for AAHOA for nearly 10 years, from 2005 to 2014, and says it was one of the highlights of her career. AAHOA.com/About-AAHOA/News.