Join over 100 hoteliers and tourism industry professionals at the “2019 Legislative Update” featuring Scott Joslove with the Texas Hotel & Lodging Association. Joslove will recap on the outcomes from the 86th Legislative Session and their work on behalf of the industry’s key priorities including: funding for tourism promotion, tourism public improvement districts, and convention center hotel development incentives, which are all headed to Governor Greg Abbott for his signature. Scott will also touch on other high impact issues addressed by the legislators during the recent session.
Please make plans to attend the HLAGH Quarterly Educational Seminar on Tuesday, June 25, as Frank Billingsley, KPRC Local 2 Chief Meteorologist, and Robert Lazaro, Communications Director for Harris County Flood District address the Association and its members on the probable impact of the 2019 hurricane season.
Join us on Tuesday, June 18th as The Senior Vice President of Tourism Jorge Franz with Visit Houston addresses the association “The State of Tourism in Houston”
Join area hotel general managers and key hospitality industry leaders during this unique tournament featuring world class food on the course! Proceeds benefit the HLAGH Endowed Scholarship Fund at Conrad N. Hilton College and HLAGH program services.
Join us for another fun-filled HLAGH Membership Mixer at The Royal Sonesta Houston. Come and network with some of the brightest minds in the hospitality industry. Grab a few hospitality colleagues and see what we are all about.
Hors d’ oeuvre and cocktails will be provided by The Royal Sonesta Houston.
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Please join the HLAGH on Wednesday, February 27th for a presentation by John Hach Senior Industry Analyst for TravelClick. John is a regular industry speaker, his insights and perspective have been featured on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg and the New York Times.
After a record breaking 2018, what does 2019 hold for Houston and the GHCVB? Please join the HLAGH on Thursday, January 24th for a presentation by Mike Waterman, President of the GHCVB. The hospitality veteran, with more than 28 years in the industry, also serves as executive vice president of Houston First Corporation.