My Place Hotels opens flagship in Aberdeen, South Dakota

Recently, My Place Hotels of America, LLC hosted a community-wide event to help celebrate the Grand Opening of their flagship hotel; Aberdeen My Place Hotel in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Earlier this month, an estimated 500 people gathered to celebrate the grand opening for this new facility

Aberdeen, South Dakota, Mayor Mike Levsen, spoke to the crowd on behalf of the city & the Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce during the ribbon-cutting ceremony: “It’s like having the prettiest girl in the class ask you to the dance! My Place could have invested anywhere, having them do so in Aberdeen speaks confidence in our future. We have no doubt this will be one more success coming out of Aberdeen.”

The new flagship hotel will soon host the brand’s training headquarters on the first floor. Upon completion of development, My Place University will be unveiled and offered a resource for My Place Hotel owners and operators from across the nation. The direct objective for My Place University will be to train franchisees and their employees to learn and perform the brand’s standards in hospitality operations at a level of great proficiency. From the same birthplace as the brand concept, will also come the training for America’s foremost hospitality staff.

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