Cicero’s Development to be featured sponsor of NATHIC

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Cicero’s Development Corp, a leading property renovation contractor specializing in the hospitality industry, will be a featured sponsor of the 2015 North America Tourism & Hospitality Investment Conference (NATHIC). Scheduled for Nov. 4-6 at the Fontainebleau Hotel & Resort in Miami Beach, the Conference convenes hotel investors, owners, developers and contractors to address a range of issues critical to the hospitality industry in North America.

In addition, Sam Cicero, Sr., who founded his namesake company in 1970, will be a featured speaker on an esteemed panel of experts for the topic “The ROI of Hotel Design” to discuss the processes involved in building and renovating hotels, and how to get the best bang for the buck in today’s operating climate. The panel will be held Thursday, November 5, from 2:05 PM to 2:50 PM in the Glimmer Ballroom #1-4 inside the Fontainebleu Hotel. It will be hosted by hotel developer and interior designer Frederic Marq, who is also a regular guest and the husband of Adriana De Moura of the hit BravoTV show “Housewives of Miami Beach.”

Virtual Roundtable

Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience

Join Hotel Management’s Elaine Simon for our latest roundtable—Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience. The experts on the panel will share how to inspire guest confidence that hotels are safe and clean and how to win back guest business.

“As a sponsor, Cicero’s will maintain a high profile throughout NATHIC with in-person  one-on-one meetings, as well as on-line via editorial and advertisements on the www.hotelmanagement.com and www.nathic.com webpages,” said Sam Cicero, Sr. “We are looking forward to sharing our successful results and expanded capabilities with the top names in hospitality.”

To arrange a meeting during NATHIC with Cicero’s call Sam Cicero, Sr. at 866-904-0141 or email [email protected].

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