Mr. McSherry

Brian McSherry

Chief Operating Officer

M&R Hotel Management

Brian M. McSherry, a 35-year lodging industry veteran, is beginning his fourth year as chief operating officer of M&R Hotel Management, a fast-growing, owner-operator with a 16-hotel portfolio, based in Great Neck, New York. He oversees day-to-day hotel operations, development initiatives and portfolio performance and serves as liaison with third-party owners.

Prior to joining M&R, Mr. McSherry was vice president of operations for Stonebridge Companies from 2012 to 2013, regional vice president for Concord Hospitality Enterprises from 2009 to 2012 and senior director of operations for Wyndham Hotel Group from 2006-2008. Earlier in his career, Mr. McSherry served in management positions with Interstate Hotels & Resorts and Meid Enterprises LLC.

M&R operates hotels under the brands of InterContinental Hotels Group, Choice Hotels International, Wyndham Hotel Group and Best Western International. Later this year, M&R is scheduled to begin operating hotels in Manhattan under the brands of Marriott International and Hilton Worldwide. In addition, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and Hyatt Hotels Corp. have also certified M&R to manage selected brands.

Going forward, Mr. McSherry envisions expanding M&Rís portfolio in the New York metropolitan area and beyond through third-party management contracts. The companyís more than a decade of success as an owner-operator brings an ownership perspective to its third-party clients.

In addition to management, M&R provides consulting services in hotel site and contractor selection, feasibility analysis, permitting, financing, franchising, human resources support, sales and marketing, revenue management, food & beverage management, brand management, account and risk management audits, e-commerce, design, procurement, accounting and engineering.

Please visit http://www.mrhotelgroup.com for more information.

Mr. McSherry can be contacted at 516-279-4888 or info@mrhotelgroup.com

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