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HOTEL ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK CITY FOUNDATION (HANYC FOUNDATION) TRUMPET RETURNS FROM NYC HOTELS & BROADWAY DURING THE YEAR “RED CARPET HOSPITALITY GALA”

HANYC Foundation honoring Hilton Laura Fuentes & John Gore Organization Lauren Reid

The event includes a Broadway performance

NEW YORK, April 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The highly anticipated return of New York City’s The hotel industry and Broadway will continue to be celebrated Monday, May 2, 2022 as hundreds gather at the Red Carpet Hospitality Gala, an annual dinner hosted by the Hotel Association of New York City Foundation (HANYC Foundation). The event will include a special Broadway performance to be announced. The fundraiser will be held at the Mandarin Oriental in Manhattan. Proceeds from the gala will support the charitable goals of the HANYC Foundation.

The event is co-hosted by Vijay DandapaniPresident and CEO, Hotel Association of NYC; Chairman of the HANYC Foundation Heather DavisArea General Manager, Aimbridge Hospitality, Hilton Fashion District and Hilton Garden Inn West 35th Street; and Fred GrapsteinChairman, Hotel Association of NYC.

The HANYC Foundation will honor Laura FuentesEVP & Chief Human Resources Officer, Hilton and Lauren ReidPresident of the John Gore Organization and Chairman of the Broadway League.

Introducing Ms. Fuentes and Ms. Reid Jonathan M tableChairman and CEO, Loews Hotels.

The event starts at 6:00 p.m for cocktails and red carpet, 19.00 for dinner and the performance. Dress is festive attire.

The Host Committee (Information) includes Steve BattaExecutive Vice President, Operations, Highgate Hotels; Peter ClarkeVice President of Operations & Head of Company Managed Hotels United States of America and CanadaIHG Hotels & Resorts; Jim ConnellyPresident, US East Region, Marriott International; Karl Flatemanexecutive vice president, Shubert organization; Erica GordonSenior Vice President and Global Head of Public Affairs & ESG, Hilton; Karambier Kangarea manager – United States of AmericaTaj hotels palaces resorts safaris; Suri KasirerPresident, Cashier; Lisa LindeMedia Strategist, The LAKPR Group; Tyler MorseChairman and CEO, MCR; Mark PardueSenior Vice President, Field Service, Americas, Hyatt Hotels Corporation; Charlotte St MartinPresident of the Broadway League; Alan stole, President and CEO, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center; and Jonathan M tableChairman and CEO, Loews Hotels.

The event complies with the current CDC, The State of New York and NYC Guidelines regarding COVID-19 at the time of the event.

The hotel association founded in 1878 by NYC, Inc. is one of the oldest professional organizations in the nation. Today the hotel association is the NYC is an internationally recognized leader in New York City’s 5 billion dollars Tourism industry representing nearly 300 of the best hotels with over 80,000 rooms and around 50,000 employees. http://www.hanyc.org/

The HANYC Foundation tries to advance issues that are important for hotels, such as profitability, sustainability, and corporate and social responsibility, through educational and crisis-aid initiatives.

Tickets and tables range from $1,000 to $50,000. For tickets, visit http://www.hanyc.org/events/www.hanyc.org/events or contact Melanie McEvoy, McEvoy & Associates at [email protected] or 212-228-7446.

The HANYC FOUNDATION is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Tax number 83-3283722. Your donation minus $320 per gala ticket is tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law.

SOURCE Hotel Association of NYC

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