Hotel Equities appoints Roger A. Miller to VP of sales & marketing

Roger A. Miller Hotel Equities

Atlanta-based Hotel Equities recently named Roger A. Miller the VP of sales & marketing for the firm. 

A veteran with more than 20 years in multi-unit hotel sales and marketing, Miller brings full service and select service brand expertise and leadership to his new position including a background in training, coaching and mentoring. In addition, he has a solid history of building collaborative business partnerships with owners, lenders, investors, asset managers and multiple brand representatives.
During his career, he has represented over 150 properties in 42 states, ranging from 60-600 rooms with combined assets in excess of $1.5 billion. Projects included development, conversion real estate, rebranding, repositioning and strong performing hotels. Brands represented included: Marriott (full, extended stay and select service), Hilton (full, extended stay and select service), Hyatt (full service), Starwood (full service), IHG (full and select service) and Choice Hotels.
Miller’s responsibilities as VP of sales & marketing will include developing pre and post new hotel opening sales and marketing plans, rebranding and repositioning hotel sales & marketing plans and guiding new hotels from construction to opening. He will oversee five regional directors of sales and marketing throughout the country.
“I am very excited to join the Hotel Equities’ family,” Miller said. “I appreciate the opportunity and look forward to contributing to our company’s continued success and growth.”
Miller holds a B.A. degree from William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Miss.  He and his wife reside in Atlanta.

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