Jennifer Driscoll Joins McNeill Hotel Company as Vice President of Revenue Management

USA, Germantown, Tennessee. March 01, 2018

McNeill Hotel Company, a growing, nationally-recognized hotel owner, developer, and manager, announced today that respected industry executive Jennifer Driscoll has joined its corporate team to serve as Vice President of Revenue Management. Mark Ricketts, President and Chief Operating Officer, made the announcement.

In this position Driscoll will be drawing on her analytics experience, competitive intelligence and partner relationships to develop revenue generation strategies for each hotel in the company's growing portfolio, which now numbers 17 hotels, with one under construction. The goal will be to create the proper mix of business to ensure the hotels are maximizing their Occupancy and ADR numbers to drive room revenue.

Driscoll is a seasoned revenue management leader, with over 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry. For the past 10 years, she was the director of revenue management for Hampton by Hilton hotels, and most recently directed the brand revenue management for over 2,300 Hampton / Tru hotels for Hilton. Prior to that she was regional revenue manager for the Embassy Suites brand.

Commenting on the addition of Driscoll to the organization, Ricketts said, “Jennifer is a seasoned industry professional, well-respected and with a strong track record of success. She's a great addition to our executive team and we look forward to leveraging her skills and experience as we take McNeill Hotel Company to the next level.”


Jennifer Driscoll
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About McNeill Hotel Company

Media Contact:

Mark Ricketts
President & Chief Operating Officer
McNeill Hotel Company
T: 901-322-4806
E: mricketts@mcneillhotels.com
W: http://www.mcneillhotels.com

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