Independent Lodging Congress 2017
William Vale Hotel, Brooklyn, NY
October 4 – 6, 2017 | William Vale Hotel | Brooklyn, NY
Independent Lodging Congress is a place of discovery, collaboration and idea generation for owners and operators of independent hotels. Through three days of meaningful and relevant panels, deep dive breakouts, and of course, great food and beverage, we strive to connect visionaries and thought leaders inside (and outside) the independent lodging sector for the betterment of our industry and the guests we serve.
Join us in Brooklyn—at the William Vale on October 4-6, 2017—for the 4th annual Independent Lodging Congress. Early bird pricing lasts until July 28, 2017 but don’t wait, as space fills up fast. This year’s conference will be bigger, better, and more provocative than ever. (We talked about going smaller, boring-er, and worse but changed our minds.) Be there or beware!
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The Independent Lodging Congress is an annual hospitality conference for thought leaders in independent lodging. Featuring panels, breakout sessions, and social events, the Independent Lodging Congress offers a vibrant community for anyone working with independent hotel assets—whether a first-time investor or industry veteran. The fourth annual Independent Lodging Congress will take place October 26-28, 2016, at the High Line Hotel in New York City. For more information, visit www.ilcongress.com or follow the Congress on Twitter @IndieCongress.
Contact: Jennifer Palella
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