Rockbridge Honored With Hilton's Top Performer Award

Award Recognizes Top Owner and Development Partners

USA, Columbus, Ohio. January 07, 2021

Rockbridge announced it has been recognized with the Hilton Hotels & Resorts Brand Top Performer Award. The annual awards program celebrates owners and development partners in the Americas for contributions toward brand excellence and development efforts. Rockbridge has invested in more than 100 Hilton properties over the last 20 years, representing more than $2.9 Billion in capitalization.

"We are proud of our relationship with Hilton, and it is reflected in our success together. We have all been tested in 2020, and when the industry was struggling, it meant something to have Hilton as a partner," said Jim Merkel, Founder and CEO, Rockbridge. "We are honored to be recognized by Hilton as a Top Performer."

The Legacy Awards recognize the passion, creativity, and innovative spirit of Hilton's partners who are committed to quality projects that meet or exceed brand standards and have a positive impact on communities around the world. The leadership of Hilton's development and brand teams select the winners based on strict criteria including, but not limited to, hotel quality and commitment to guest experience.


Jim Merkel, Founder and CEO, Rockbridge
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Rockbridge
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E: bjblack@rockbridgecapital.com
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