Hospitality experts to give guidelines for future economy

The region’s leading hotel and financial experts will present strategies and solutions for navigating and succeeding in the hospitality industry in the uncertain economic future. The conference, “More Solutions for the Hospitality Industry In the Inhospitable Economy,” will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn, San Diego/Del Mar from Nov. 3-4.

The panel of experts will use the most comprehensive and current data to provide economic forecasts for the hotel industry in 2011.

The conference cost is $40 per person before Oct. 28, and $50 at the door. The conference includes the evening cocktail reception, continental breakfast and all briefing materials. The Hilton Garden Inn, San Diego/ Del Mar will offer a special hotel discount to conference attendees. To register for the conference, and for more information, contact Bob Rauch at rauch@hotelguru.com or call (858)720-9500.

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