HSMAI ROCET Revenue Optimization Continuing Education & Training March 2017

"Revenue Management is no longer simply numbers and charts, it has evolved to include marketing and sales, operations and service. It has become a reflection of the very purpose of our industry, providing the best a guest can receive, in both price and product, at the time they want it to the most." -- Bonnie Buckhiester

Baltimore ROCET March 20th 2017 Embassy Suites by Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor in the historic 'The Grand'.

In the Heart of Baltimore's Historic Inner Harbor

150 Years of History added to the value of the presentations

In-Market insights from STR, small group problem solving and interactive workshops are just a part of the day's activities.

Strong Baltimore HSMAI Chapter engagement and support were a persistent part of the entire day's agenda.

Needless to say the setting was spectacular

Now on to New York

There are few markets more defined by who they are than what they are, and New York is on that list. Diverse, mature, ever changing and always at the forefront, as the saying goes 'if I can make it there I can make it anywhere'. We were privileged to engage with some of the most advanced minds in hospitality and both coming away with the betterment of the exchange.

This is the world outside of our host THE STEWART HOTEL

"For the world is hollow and I have touched the sky" -- STR was able to field all questions in all categories related to the uniqueness of the many New York Markets while providing unique market specific data and its interpretation value.

The Quiet Before The Storm

Workshops, open dialog, insights and general industry perspectives make ROCET a shared experience.

Service Providers sharing real insights, without the 'pitch'. All to better understand how to service the needs of an industry, guided by those who live it.

Networking is what makes the ROCET experience so unique and valuable, content can be displayed, context can only be shared.

A '360' Perspective of The Stewart Hotel's Ballroom for ROCET

Our Final Destination for March St Louis

With national landmarks just steps away, the topic of travel and hospitality was not far away.

This is where our reception level rose to the top floor

No matter which direction you chose to look, the impact of what was being shared in the sessions gave it meaning.

"Hospitality is no more about a bed and a rate as it is about a building. It's what the guest sees as value, the distance of price to product, and the appreciation of how it was served that makes our industry what it is." -- Loren Gray

"Eating is a function, dining is a pleasure, add good friends and it becomes an adventure"-- Fran Brasseux

A 'complete' video perspective of our host, the HILTON ST. LOUIS AT THE BALLPARK

Our Sincere Thanks to all of those, who have hosted and sponsored our efforts to bring ROCET to the Baltimore, New York, and St Louis Markets

Just a few of those that helped, the list would be too long to include everyones support

Some logic of why it all was worthwhile

So now it's time to come join us in April. We're talking to YOU Orange County, San Diego, and Honolulu!

Orange County California at the Hilton Costa Mesa

Starting 10 am April 24th

San Diego California at the Marriott Mission Valley

Starts 10 am April 26th

Honolulu Hawaii at the Moana Surfrider – A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki Beach

Starts 10 am April 28th

THANK YOU for your interest in ROCET & HSMAI

See you in April!
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