Membership Hotel Organization launches the very first Indian hotel franchise in Asia



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Seasoned hotel owners launched their very first Asian Indian hotel franchise, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS

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Seasoned hotel owners launched their very first Asian Indian hotel franchise, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS

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Seasoned hotel owners launched their first-ever Indian hotel franchise in Asia, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS

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Seasoned hotel owners launched their first-ever Indian hotel franchise in Asia, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS

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Seasoned hotel owners launched their very first Asian Indian hotel franchise, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS


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Seasoned hotel owners launched their very first Asian Indian hotel franchise, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS

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Seasoned hotel owners launched their very first Asian Indian hotel franchise, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS

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Seasoned hotel owners launched their very first Asian Indian hotel franchise, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS

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Seasoned hotel owners launched their very first Asian Indian hotel franchise, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS

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Seasoned hotel owners launched their first-ever Indian hotel franchise in Asia, Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels), on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. PHOTO WITH THE AUTHORIZATION OF MHO HOTELS


Experienced hotel owners who have worked with franchises in the hospitality industry for over 50 years have launched their very first Indian hotel franchise in Asia.

Membership Hotel Organization (MHO Hotels) was celebrated on February 16 at Royal Albert’s Palace in the Fords section of Woodbridge. The event brought together 100 guests and many via the virtual platform on Zoom.

The motto of MHO Hotels is “We do better together” and the goal is to help hotel owners succeed by reducing overhead costs and increasing their income, according to information provided by MHO Hotels.

President CZ Patel welcomed everyone, followed by a group presentation moderated by Joe Johal during a panel with Founder / CEO and Chairman Mahendra Z. Patel (MZ), CTO Pratic Patel and Senior Vice President and General Manager Keshin Patel.

The event was attended by the Consulate General of India in New York Randhir Kumar Jaiswal; Deputy Consulate General Shatrughna Sinha; Albert Jasani, owner and CEO of Royal Albert’s Palace / TV 9 and chairman of the advisory board of the MHO Hotels franchise; Padma Shree Dr. HR Shah, CEO / Chairman of TV Asia and Vice Chairman of the MHO Hotels Franchise Advisory Board; President of the FIA ​​Ankur Vaidya; former President Srujal Parikh; Hetal Patel, administrator of MHO Hotels, and many other entrepreneurs invited across the country.

Current and past executive heads of the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA), New Jersey Restaurant and Hospitality Association (NJRHA), and the Fair Franchise Initiative (FFI) were among those who supported this initiative. , according to the press release.

Dr Tushar Patel served as emcee and DJ / singer Rakesh Raj provided the live entertainment.

Piyush Patel, senior vice president of owner relations, concluded the presentation.

Live event coverage and media support was provided by TV Asia, Parikh Worldwide Media, ITV Gold, Indus TV and TV 9.

To know moretraining on how to join the MHO Hotels franchise, email [email protected] or visit www.mhohotels.com


Christina A. Kroll

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