Hampton Roads Chamber Participates in Tourism and Hospitality Roundtable

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Hampton Roads Chamber Participates in Tourism and Hospitality Roundtable
The roundtable event was sponsored by Virginia Business magazine and the Virginia Restaurant, Lodging and Travel Association and the event will be featured in the May issue of Virginia Business magazine.

"It is imperative to our business community and our citizens to have an efficient, effective, reliable, and safe multi-modal transportation system in the Commonwealth," said Bryan Stephens, CEO & President of the Hampton Roads Chamber as he served as a panelist for a roundtable discussion on the top trends and challenges facing the Virginia tourism and hospitality industries.

Stephens joined panelists Bruce Thompson, CEO, Gold Key |PHR; Vinay Patel, President, Fairbrook Hotels; Beth Erickson, acting director, Visit Loudoun;  Matthew Simmons, President, Capital Ale House; Mark Treadaway, VP of Business Outreach, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; and Juliellen Sarver, community relations manager, Stone Brewing.

Panel moderators Eric Terry, president, VRLTA; and Paula Squires, Managing Editor; Virginia Business asked the panelist questions regarding infrastructure, the state's role in tourism, and the challenges facing development.

The roundtable event was sponsored by Virginia Business magazine and the Virginia Restaurant, Lodging and Travel Association and the event will be featured in the May issue of Virginia Business magazine. 

(Pictured: Panelists Bruce Thompson, CEO, Gold Key |PHR;  Juliellen Sarver, community relations manager, Stone Brewing; Matthew Simmons, President, Capital Ale House;  Bryan Stephens, CEO & President of the Hampton Roads Chamber; Beth Erickson, acting director, Visit Loudoun;  Mark Treadaway, VP of Business Outreach, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority; and Vinay Patel, President, Fairbrook Hotels.)

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