17th Annual Bike Building Event
Benefiting HLAGH and Child Advocates
Sponsored By Our Friends:
Yellow Cab / Taxi Fiesta
George R. Brown Convention Center
HLAGH MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
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Since its inception in 1968, the Hotel & Lodging Association of Greater Houston has been a non-profit professional trade association of the lodging industry in greater Houston that represents over 300 members comprised of general managers, operators and owners of lodging facilities as well as suppliers, service companies, and consultants who sell and service the hospitality industry.
The Hotel & Lodging Association of Greater Houston represents the lodging industry and provides a avenue to further professionalism, knowledge, and profitability. It provides a means of cooperation and camaraderie within the industry as well as a public awareness effort outside of the industry.
LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS
With his tenacity for business and finance, mission for creating unforgettable guest experiences, and passion for serving others, Eric Affeldt,
While this may not be Houston’s first Super Bowl experience, a lot has changed in our great city since 2004!
The HLAGH would like to invite you to exhibit at the CBRE trends report luncheon on September 29th. The business
What will 2017 bring to the hospitality industry in Houston? Join us at the HLAGH Membership Meeting as Mr. Randy
The Countdown has started! In less than 200 days, Houston will host the Big Game on February 5, 2017 at NRG
The 12th Anniversary of Hospitality on Parade is taking place this year at the Hyatt Regency Downtown on October 28th.
Join us for another fun-filled HLAGH Members Mixer at the newly renovated Hilton Houston Galleria Area Hotel! Come and network with some of
On behalf of the Hotel & Lodging Association of Greater Houston, we would like to personally invite you to the
Please make plans to attend the HLAGH Quarterly Membership Breakfast Meeting on Tuesday, July, 12th. Our featured presenter is Frank Billingsley, KPRC