Franchise Relations

Brand Meetings

AAHOA advocates for AAHOA members with their brands. Many times each year, AAHOA leadership meets with the executive teams for each of the major brands to discuss AAHOA and brand updates and to address any issues of concern to AAHOA members. AAHOA also hosts Brand Alliance Meetings at brand conferences throughout the year, giving hotel owners the opportunity to hear from AAHOA Officers and the brand's executive leadership about the partnership between the two and what AAHOA is doing for its members. Click here to see a schedule of upcoming events.

Member Benefits

The Franchise Relations Department handles each year hundreds of calls and emails from members,looking for guidance and resources on brand issues, vendor issues, and general hospitality industry matters. Click here for contact information.

The Franchise Department also hosts education sessions and webinars, providing up to date franchise information to AAHOA members. The Franchise Department also sends email blasts to AAHOA members with real-time franchise news and court cases affecting AAHOA members.

Points of Fair Franchising

In 1998, the Asian American Hotel Owners Association identified a set of standards called the 
Points of Fair Franchising by which to judge the actions of franchise companies. Over the years, AAHOA has updated the Points, continuing to educate our members about the important provisions in their franchise agreements and insuring that franchisors act in a fair and reasonable manner in their dealings with their franchisees.  To read the most recent version of the Points, click here.

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