David Rosenberg Joins HP Hotels as Vice President of Operations

USA , Alpharetta , Georgia. December 20, 2018

HP Hotels, a full-service third-party hotel management company, announced today that it has hired David Rosenberg to serve as one of the company's vice president's of operations. Charles Oswald, president and CEO, made the announcement. In this position, Rosenberg will have responsibilities for day-to-day operational execution of HP Hotels' growing portfolio of Select Service and Full-Service assets.

Rosenberg has more than 20 years of experience in the industry. This includes time spent in senior management roles with Interstate Hotels and Resorts and Noble Investment Group. Most recently Rosenberg was vice president of operations for Winegardner and Hammons, where he was directly responsible for the company's full-service portfolio of Marriott branded hotels.

Commenting on the addition of Rosenberg to the organization, Oswald said, "Dave is a seasoned industry professional, well-respected and with a strong track record of success. He's a great addition to our executive team and we look forward to leveraging his skills and experience as we take HP to the next level."

David Rosenberg , Vice President of Operations - HP Hotels

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