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  1. HD2010 Town Hall Owners’ Roundtable Presented by: Generously underwritten by: Mark David, Inc., Kohler Interiors Hospitality Group

  2. Welcome to the 8th Annual Town Hall Michelle Finn vice president Hospitality Design Group 2

  3. Education underwriter: Mark Norcross president & CEO Mark David, Inc., Kohler Interiors Hospitality Group 3

  4. Moderator Alan Benjamin, ISHP, ISHC president and CEO Benjamin West co-founder and past president, ISHP 4

  5. Economic Indicator Study of Hospitality Purchasers Prepared by: The Hospitality Design Group/Nielsen Expositions Prepared for: The International Society of Hospitality Purchasers www.ishp.org May 20, 2010 5

  6. PROPERTY SEGMENTS 6

  7. HOTEL PROJECTS IN THE USA/INTERNATIONAL 7

  8. CURRENT HOTEL PROJECTS 8

  9. FREIGHT COSTS & DESTINATIONS 9

  10. PRODUCT ORIGINS 10

  11. NUMBER OF VENDOR RESOURCES 11

  12. GREEN PROJECTS 12

  13. OVERALL VENDOR LEAD TIMES 13

  14. INCREASE IN LEAD TIMES – CATEGORY SPECIFIC 14

  15. VENDOR DEPOSITS 15

  16. PROJECT SCHEDULES 16

  17. CURRENT BUDGETS YEAR-TO-YEAR 17

  18. PRODUCT REPLACEMENT CYCLES 18

  19. BUSINESS GROWTH – CHANGE IN NUMBER OF PROJECTS Past 12 Months Next 12 Months Up Same Down 19

  20. SUMMARY • Over 57% of the work is now in the mid-scale segments, with a sharp drop in upper upscale. • Mostly located in the Northeast, Central and Southeast regions and an increase in direct to site shipments. • A steady “Green” involvement in the project. • Varying product lead times and replacement cycles, but increasing deposits. • A slightly declining trend toward Asia, but with Asia still over half of all FF&E sourcing. • And over half of the ISHP members think business will be up in 2011. www.ishp.org 20

  21. who’s who: meet the table hosts… 21

  22. C.A. Anderson executive vice president, development and acquisitions Interstate Hotels & Resorts Inc. 22

  23. Mari Balestrazzi senior vice president design Morgans Hotel Group 23

  24. Maki Nakamura Bara managing partner and co-founder The Chartres Lodging Group, LLC 24

  25. John C. Boettger senior vice president – asset management Hilton Worldwide 25

  26. Peter Cyrus managing partner Montclair Hotels 26

  27. Gary D. Dollens global head of franchise & select brands Hyatt Hotels Corporation 27

  28. Michael Everett senior vice president, hospitality investments Destination Hotels & Resorts 28

  29. Donald T. Griner, AIA, LEED AP senior director, design & construction Choice Hotels International 29

  30. Gerard E. Haberman senior vice president development, design and construction Host Hotels & Resorts 30

  31. Helen W. Jorgensen, ISHP, LEED AP vice president of design and procurement Host Hotels & Resorts 31

  32. Ron Kollar chief design officer Tishman Hotel Corporation 32

  33. Igor Krnajski senior vice president of design and construction Denihan Hospitality Group 33

  34. Raul Leal president Desires Hotels 34

  35. Guy Lindsey senior vice president design and construction Sunstone Hotels 35

  36. David McCaslin CEO EAC Hospitality 36

  37. Michael Medzigian chairman and managing partner Watermark Capital Partners 37

  38. Peter Reardon vice president purchasing and procurement White Lodging 38

  39. Richard Senechal, AIA senior vice president, facilities Loews Hotels and Resorts 39

  40. Larry Shupnick senior vice president, development and acquisitions Interstate Hotels & Resorts Inc. 40

  41. Christian Strobel chief development officer Joie de Vivre 41

  42. Michele Sweeting senior vice president, capital planning & procurement Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts 42

  43. Larry Traxler senior vice president global design services Hilton Worldwide 43

  44. Jack VanHartesvelt executive vice president Kennedy Associates Real Estate Counsel, LP 44

  45. Michele Wimpling vice president real estate and development Fairmont Raffles Hotels International 45

  46. Glenn Wilson vice president international interior design Marriott International, Inc. 46

  47. HD2010 Town Hall Owners’ Roundtable Presented by: Generously underwritten by: Mark David, Inc., Kohler Interiors Hospitality Group