Tyler Atchison Joins HP Hotels as Regional Director of Revenue Management

USA, Alpharetta, Georgia. July 26, 2018

HP Hotels, a full-service third-party hotel management company, announced today that it has hired Tyler Atchison to serve in the position of Regional Diretor of Revenue Management. HP Hotels' President and CEO Charles Oswald, made the announcement.

In this role, Tyler will be responsible for creating and implementing strategies and analyzing business segments, searching for innovative ways to increase revenue. A leader in the hotel industry for almost 10 years, Tyler has worked for several major brands including Intercontinental Hotels, Marriott International and Hilton and has built a reputation of strong segment strategy, increasing topline revenue and bottom line profit.

"Tyler's strengths in operational and analytical efforts have improved profitability at all properties within his career portfolio," said Oswald. "HP Hotels is pleased to welcome him to our team and we look forward to putting his market knowledge and industry experience to work to help us continue to build a strong portfolio of successful hotels that are market leaders."

Tyler Atchison - HP Hotels

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