Baltimore | Oct 6, 2017
While both supply and demand are up, Baltimore’s hospitality industry is still feeling the financial hit from 2015’s protests and violent unrest. The only way to come back is to change the perception of the city. Visit Baltimore, the city’s CVB, has a campaign out to convince the city and state to build a new convention center, which would drive business dollars back into the economy. Baltimore’s City Council is also working toward attracting meetings and conferences currently scheduled in North Carolina looking to move due to the recent passing of House Bill 2.
1. Hear from revenue and operations experts on game-changing ways to positively influence your ROI
2. Network with local developers, investors, owners, and expert consultants to help you maximize profits on your current property OR meet with new prospects to find your next deal
3. Dive deep into the Baltimore market plus its surrounding secondary and tertiary markets currently driving demand
"Baltimore hoteliers have an unprecedented opportunity to play a part in the revitalization of the city's tourism industry following the civil unrest of 2015. The Hotel ROI Conference will show those hoteliers how to best capitalize on that opportunity and on Baltimore's current healthcare-industry surge." - Jagruti Panwala, AAHOA Treasurer