ARAMARK Harrison Announces Additions To Management Team

. October 14, 2008

PHILADELPHIA, PA, October 11, 2006. ARAMARK Harrison Lodging (AHL), which provides meeting and recreational support services to conference and corporate training centers, specialty hotels, national and state parks, resorts and other tourist destinations throughout the United States, announced Brian Murphy has joined its management team as National Director of Marketing and Jamie Hodgson as Resident District Manager for the Olympic Peninsula operations.

"Both Brian and Jamie's extensive experiences in the hospitality and travel industries will be great assets as we continue to position AHL as the leading sales and management company that we are," said Bruce Fears, President of ARAMARK Harrison Lodging.

Murphy joins ARAMARK Harrison Lodging as its National Director of Marketing where he will be responsible for all brand-related marketing, Web site, advertising and public relations initiatives. Murphy will also lead the overall marketing initiatives for all of the AHL-managed park, resort and conference center properties. Prior to joining AHL, Murphy held management positions with Travel Holdings, Cendant/Travelport and American Express. He earned his bachelors degree from Arizona State University.

Hodgson joins ARAMARK Harrison Lodging as Resident District Manager for the Olympic Peninsula-managed properties, including Lake Quinault Lodge, Kalaloch Lodge and Sol Duc Hot Springs. Prior to AHL, Hodgson held a variety of management roles with Delaware North Companies, most recently as general manager for the Sequoia operations.

Hodgson graduated from North Dakota State University with a degree in Hotel/Restaurant Management. Additionally, he has served as a board member of the Rotary Club (Grand Canyon) and the Sequoia Fund; as well as President of the Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce.

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