Rama will pursue market share hike

November 1998
Hotel & Motel Management;11/16/98, Vol. 213 Issue 20, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses the need for the lodging industry in the United States to increase its market share, according to American Hotel & Motel Association chairman H.P. Rama. Need to pursue the more than 50 percent of travelers who do not stay in hotels or motels; Rama's plan to make the lodging industry a more desirable career choice.


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