AAHOA Members and leaders recently met in Washington, DC, for AAHOA’s Fall National Advocacy Conference to make their voices heard and shed light on the issues that matter most to America’s hotel owners by meeting with more than 100 offices and 40 U.S. Senators and Representatives.
“AAHOA has long understood the importance and significance of advocacy work at the state, local and federal levels,” said Neal Patel, chairman, AAHOA. “Having our voices heard on issues that are important to our members protects and promotes the rights of hotel owners and entrepreneurs in America.”
The conference provided the opportunity for participants to connect with legislators and engage with a bipartisan group of policy experts and lawmakers who will ultimately vote on bills and pass legislation that can have a tremendous impact on AAHOA’s nearly 20,000 members and the hospitality industry at large.