RAR Hospitality Celebrates 30 Years with RARCON 2020

SAN DIEGO—RAR Hospitality, will host its 30th anniversary celebration and conference, RARCON 2020 on February 20, 2020, at the Hilton Garden Inn San Diego/Del Mar at 3939 Ocean Bluff Ave in San Diego. The conference’s mission is to bring together the industry’s most dynamic players to share their insights and intelligence on the travel and hotel industry. RARCON 2020 unites more than 150 hospitality leaders from investors to developers, owners, and influencers for a half-day event of next-level education, discussion and networking to celebrate 30 years of hospitality success with leading hotel management firm RAR Hospitality.

“RARCON 2020 is designed to provide strategies to generate growth for those in the hospitality industry and give them the connections needed to expand and gain the confidence to take the next step in their business or path in the industry,” said Robert A. Rauch, chairman and CEO, RAR Hospitality.

Panelists and moderators include:

  • Kerri Kapich, COO of San Diego Tourism Authority
  • Holly Zoba, owner of influencer sales
  • Lily Mockerman, CEO of Total Customized Revenue Management
  • Zarina Zerthuche, hospitality marketing consultant
  • Alan Reay, president of Atlas Hospitality Group
  • Guy Maisnik, partner and vice chair of the JMBM Global Hospitality Group
  • Joe Terzi, CEO of San Diego Tourism Authority

Additional speakers to be announced this year.

In addition to these panels sharing insights from veteran hoteliers with over 30 years of hospitality experience, conference attendees can look forward to a vendor showcase where they will be given the opportunity to discover new products and services that will boost business operations. Maidbots is one vendor that will be demonstrating its cleaning technology.

After the conference, RAR Hospitality will host a 30th anniversary celebration reception. Attendees are welcome to participate in discussions with industry leaders and companies about how they have generated growth. All ticket proceeds will go to the San Diego Center for Children.