AAHOA launches new online platform

Through the MyAAHOA.com platform, hoteliers can build a personal profile. Photo credit: AAHOA

The Asian American Hotel Owners Association launched MyAAHOA.com, a new, customizable online platform that empowers AAHOA members to manage all aspects of their membership. Through the platform, hoteliers can build a personal profile, confidentially update property data, manage accounts connected to their membership, register for events and access exclusive educational content, among other benefits.

“When America’s hotel owners visit MyAAHOA.com, they will discover a platform that is built exclusively to meet their membership needs,” AAHOA interim President/CEO Rachel Humphrey said in a statement. “This new portal puts all AAHOA events, advocacy efforts, education and much more at our members’ fingertips. The online experience is simple and intuitive. We wanted to give our members a platform as unique and innovative as they are, and MyAAHOA.com delivers.”

The site’s launch marks a significant overhaul of the association’s web-based member platform. In addition to the ability to completely customize the user experience, members can make the most of all that AAHOA Hotel Owners Academy offers by accessing member-exclusive educational content and setting and tracking progress towards goals.

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“MyAAHOA.com makes it much easier for hoteliers to take full advantage of everything that AAHOA offers,” said Jagruti Panwala, AAHOA chairwoman.

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