Phoenix American Hospitality Welcomes Art Miller as Regional Vice President of Sales for the East Coast

USA, Dallas, Texas. August 20, 2018

Phoenix American Hospitality is excited to welcome Art Miller to the team as their regional vice president of sales for the east coast.

With over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, Miller brings an extensive background in marketing, distributing and consulting on alternative investments, private placements, separate accounts, annuities and mutual funds to the team.

Most recently, Miller served as a top producing wholesaler and senior regional vice president for Lightstone Group. He has also previously wholesaled for Provasi, SunAmerica Mutual Funds and Curian Capital where he covered wire house and independent brokers and dealers. Miller also served as a financial advisor within the independent and banking industry for four years.

"We are delighted to add Art to our Phoenix American team," said W.L. "Perch" Nelson, chief executive officer of Phoenix American Hospitality. "Art has proven his success through a combination of his vast knowledge and his passion for financial services and will be a huge asset for our company and partners."


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