National Hospitality Group names new COO

The Barefoot Suites in Kissimmee, Fla. Photo credit: National Hospitality Group

Myrtle Beach, S.C.-based vacation-ownership company National Hospitality Group named Travis Bary, a former EVP with Wyndham Vacation Ownership, as its new COO.

Bary brings operational experience, exceptional leadership and a history of success to National Hospitality Group.

"We look forward to the unique vision and varied experience Travis will add to NHG as we continue to grow within the vacation ownership industry," Jason Shroff, CEO of National Hospitality Group, said in a statement.

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National Hospitality Group offers timeshare management and high-volume sales to both legacy and newly developed resorts. These options allow owners to benefit from vacation experiences and deliver results to resorts and timeshare owners associations.

"I was drawn to National Hospitality Group because the company has created a unique niche in the timeshare industry. NHG is only at the beginning of a long and successful run," Bary said in a statement. "We are going to do some great things together, so I am very excited about the future."

National Hospitality Group is one of the largest managers and developers of North American vacation-ownership resorts. NHG provides its customers with tailored hospitality and vacation offerings. NHG currently operates 71 resorts throughout the United States and Caribbean.

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