The GM summit will feature the winners of AHLA’s 2023 Full Service and Select Service General Manager of the Year awards announced in January.
WASHINGTON – The American Hotel & Lodging Association is hosting the inaugural “General Manager Summit at The Hospitality Show” June 28 at the Venetian Resort Las Vegas.
The first-of-its kind event will be held annually and bring together hotel GMs from across the country to hear from expert speakers, share best practices, network and celebrate the industry’s best GMs via an awards ceremony.
The event is free for all GMs attending The Hospitality Show, which takes place June 27-29 at The Venetian Las Vegas, but GM summit attendees must register for the event here.
The GM summit will feature the winners of AHLA’s 2023 Full Service and Select Service General Manager of the Year awards announced in January and recognize winners in the following new award categories:
- AHLA General Manager of the Year – Resort Property
- AHLA General Manager of the Year – Independent Property
- AHLA General Manager of the Year – Extended Stay Property
- AHLA General Manager Lifetime Achievement Award
Those interested in nominating GMs for the above awards may do so here. The nominations deadline is March 31.
The General Manager Summit at The Hospitality Show is an extension of AHLA’s successful nationwide General Manager Network – a conduit for communication, information and sharing best practices among property leaders. Those interested in joining the AHLA GM network can do so here.
“General Managers are the backbone of any hotel, and that’s precisely why AHLA offers this important group of professionals a host of top-notch professional development, networking and event opportunities,” said AHLA President & CEO Chip Rogers. “AHLA’s General Manager Summit at The Hospitality Show is the can’t-miss event of the year for GMs, and we’re excited to see you there this June.”
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