Hampton Inn® & Suites Borger, Texas, to Be Managed by Hospitality Management Corporation

USA, Dallas, Texas. October 08, 2019

Leo Spriggs, President and CEO of Hospitality Management Corporation (HMC), is pleased to announce the addition of this 64-room Hampton Inn® in Borger, Texas, to their portfolio of managed hotels. HMC continues its ongoing business expansion which is made up of full service, conference center, select service and limited service hotels. HMC is one of the country's largest third-party privately held hotel management companies.

The hotel is next door to Frank Phillips College, the Golden Plains Community Hospital and Lake Meredith is a short 11 miles away for fishing and watersports. The Hampton Inn® & Suites Borger is also less than 50 miles from the canyons of Amarillo and the famed Cadillac Ranch.

Amenities include a complimentary hot breakfast, WiFi, parking and indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness and business centers, as well as room service. The hotel also offers meeting and event space for local business or personal event planning.

"It's a pleasure to welcome the Hampton Inn® & Suites Borger to Hospitality Management Corporation's portfolio. We've enjoyed our relationship with Hilton® on numerous hotels and once again will focus on increasing market share and strengthening the skill set of our team members. We look forward to the positive results this partnership will produce," noted John O'Connor, COO/HMC.

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