Hospitality Management Corporation Managing Brand New Springhill Suites® in Springfield, MO

USA, Dallas, Texas. November 27, 2019

Leo Spriggs, President and CEO of Hospitality Management Corporation (HMC), is pleased to announce the addition of this 92-Suite SpringHill Suites® in Springfield, Missouri, to their portfolio of managed hotels. HMC continues its ongoing business expansion which is made up of full service, conference center, select service and limited service hotels. HMC is one of the country's largest third-party privately held hotel management companies, ranked in the top 40 of all third party and owner operated hotel management corporations.

The SpringHill Suites® Springfield is a perfect stop when heading to St. Louis, Tulsa or South to Branson and only 10 minutes from Springfield/Branson National Airport. It is also in close proximity to everything Springfield has to offer including "The MotherRoad" - Historic Route 66, Bass Pro World Headquarters, Missouri State and Drury College.

"It is a pleasure to welcome the SpringHill Suites Springfield North to Hospitality Management Corporation's portfolio. We've enjoyed our relationship with Marriott on numerous hotels and foresee only great things moving forward with the property ideally suited for business or leisure travelers discovering the great state of Missouri," noted John O'Connor, Chief Operating Officer, HMC.

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