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Nominate Your Company for the 2008 Hotel Visionary Awards

Does your hotel company have outstanding overall technology innovation or incredible in-room technology? Does it exceed guest expectations on a regular basis? If so, nominate your hotel for the 2008 Hotel Visionary Awards, presented by Hospitality Technology.

Now in their fourth year, the Hotel Visionary Awards seek to honor hotel companies for outstanding achievement in delivering technological, operational and overall excellence to guests. They will be presented in April at the Hotel Technology Forum. Hotel companies may be self- or third-party nominated.

The awards will honor three hotel companies, one in each of three categories. The first two categories, Overall Technology Innovation and Exceeding Guest Expectations, are permanent fixtures of the awards, with a winner chosen in those categories each year. The third and final category is selected on an annual basis based on market trends surrounding innovation. The third category for this year's Awards is Excellence in In-Room Innovation.

Winners will be judged by HT editorial staff and advisory board members on a basis of innovation, thought leadership, and forward-thinking vision, and announced at the Hotel Technology Forum, on Thursday, April 24, 2008. This three-day networking and educational event (scheduled April 23-25, 2008, at the Four Seasons, Las Vegas) brings together executives from leading hotel companies to share strategies and tactics for achieving operational excellence and meeting guest expectations.

The winning hotels will receive a plaque with a personalized commemoration of the achievement, and representatives from the winning companies will receive an invitation to attend the exclusive Lodging Leadership dinner at the Hotel Technology Forum with HT staff, event speakers, editorial advisory board members and representatives from dinner sponsor Microsoft.

The nomination deadline is Friday, February 15, 2008. Submit today!
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