Arizona Chapter of HSMAI announces 2017 board

The Arizona Chapter of the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International — HSMAI — announced it’s 2017 Board of Directors to lead the association.

Board of Directors for 2017 are President Erik Dorr, Intelity; Immediate Past President Kelly Murphy, CMP, CHME, Phoenix Convention Center & Venues; President-Elect Rochelle Barton, Topgolf Gilbert; Vice-President Jim Kenney, Infor; Secretary/Treasurer Kevin Duncan, Classic Hotels & Resorts/Arizona Grand Resort & Spa; Leilani Cabuntala, Expedia Lodging Partner Services; and Joanne Winter, Executive Director.

Directors are Aimee Brewbaker, Fort McDowell Adventures, Wendy Johnson, SuperShuttle Arizona, Stephanie Liegeois, Café Bon Appetit at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM), Oscar Mastrantuono, North Central Group, Tim McAlphin, City of Prescott Office of Tourism, Megan Padish,  Element at Chandler Fashion Center and Amanda Saye, GreenTree Hospitality Group, Inc.

The Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI) is committed to growing business for hotels and their partners, and is the industry’s leading advocate for intelligent, sustainable hotel revenue growth. The association provides hotel professionals & their partners with tools, insights, and expertise to fuel sales, inspire marketing, and optimize revenue through programs such as HSMAI ROCET, the Adrian Awards, and the Revenue Optimization Conference. HSMAI is an individual membership organization comprising more than 7,000 members worldwide, with 40 chapters in the Americas Region. Connect with HSMAI at http://www.hsmai.org.

The 250 member Arizona Chapter was established in 1968 and is the second largest chapter in the U.S. The chapter offers members a variety of benefits including monthly education programs targeted specifically to the sales, marketing and revenue management professional, a variety of networking and fundraising events and community service volunteer opportunities. For more information on the Arizona Chapter HSMAI, visit http://hsmai-az.org/.

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