HP Hotels Promotes Kevin Atkisson to Regional Director of Operations

USA, New Orleans, Louisiana. January 25, 2022

HP Hotels, a full-service third-party hotel management company, announced that it has promoted Kevin Atkisson to the position of Regional Director of Operations. Kerry Ranson, HP Hotels' CEO, made the announcement.

As the company's Regional Director of Operations, Atkisson will have responsibilities for day-to-day operational execution of a portfolio of hotels that include the independent boutique segment; one that HP is expanding into, as well as some of HP's select service and limited-service properties.

Atkisson has been a member of the HP Hotels team since 2005. His career path includes having served as Assistant General Manager at the Hilton Garden Inn in Pineville, NC and General Manager at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Concord, NC and the Hilton Garden Inn in Rock Hill, SC

Commenting on the promotion of Atkisson, Ranson said, "Our most important assets have always been our people. Someone like Kevin serves as a great example. He's a key member of our team and his success as a manager at each of the hotels he has been involved with gives us confidence that he will continue to do great things in his new leadership position."

Kevin Atkission

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