Registration for 2018 AAHOA Annual Convention & Trade Show Now Open

The world’s largest hospitality convention and trade show will take to the nation’s capital in just a few short months. From March 27-30, thousands of hotel industry professionals and vendors will convene to make the types of connections that maximize business potential. If you have not already registered, now is the time. You do not want to miss out on this year’s dynamic speaker slate, robust education sessions, endless networking opportunities, great food and entertainment options and expansive trade show floor featuring hundreds of vendors. Members who register between now and Dec. 1, 2017 will be entered to win a four-night stay at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center during the AAHOA Convention—and lock in early-bird pricing at the same time.


Finance Your Hotel & Save Thousands in the Process

This fall AAHOA will host a two-day, intensive workshop designed to guide, assist and prepare hoteliers in their efforts to find and obtain financing for their hotel projects. Expert speakers will provide an in-depth look at the different types of financing available, how to build a financial profile and best practices on seeking out an approval. The event is slated to take place Nov. 29-30 in Orlando at the Rosen Centre. Seating is limited to the first 100 registrants. Save your spot today.

Make Your Voice Heard on Capitol Hill

AAHOA has long believed the value of building strong relationships and promoting political and civic engagement among its member ranks. Every month the association invites a select group of members to Washington, D.C., to meet and speak with congressional leaders about specific issues and concerns affecting the hotel and hospitality industry. To maintain that momentum, AAHOA will host the 2017 Fall National Advocacy Conference Oct. 24-25 at the Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington—an expanded opportunity to meet with elected officials and participate in the public policy process. AAHOA members have intimate knowledge about the issues facing the hospitality industry; those eyes and ears on the ground give the association the support it needs to most effectively represent the industry on Capitol Hill. These meetings are a critical part of AAHOA’s mission to attain legislative successes on behalf of hoteliers nationwide. But this requires member involvement, because nothing is more effective in urging legislators to support an organization’s priorities than informed constituents. Stand with AAHOA by registering for this event today.