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David Randel

President and CEO-Retired

Mobile Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau

HQ Phone:  (251) 208-2000

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Mobile Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau

1 South Water Street

Mobile, Alabama,36602

United States

Company Description

About the Mobile Bay Convention & Visitor’s Bureau The Mobile Bay Convention & Visitor’s Bureau (MBCVB), which is a quasi-public non-profit corporation formed in 1992, is an organization whose main mission is to attract and/or procure various groups, conve...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President

Marriott International Inc


Affiliations

Hospitality School at the University of Central Florida

Member of the Distinguished Speakers Series


Coastal Alabama Partnership

Board Member


Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce

Board of Advisors Member


Education

degree

Hospitality Management

University of Nevada Las Vegas


Web References(34 Total References)


www.coastalalabama.org

Mr. Hutchinson, proceeding David Randel, is the new President and CEO of the Mobile Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau and started at his position on July 1st.


www.coastalalabama.org

Mr. Hutchinson, proceeding David Randel, is the new President and CEO of the Mobile Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau and started at his position on July 1st.
CAP thanks Mr. Randel for his contribution to the organization's efforts and welcomes Mr. Hutchinson to the team.


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David Randel is stepping down as president and CEO of the Mobile Bay CVB, Mobile, Ala. Randel had been in the position since February of 2012.
A national search for Randel's replacement us underway.


www.al.com

David Randel, president and chief executive officer of the Mobile Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau, said even though that report was the first inkling he had that any hospitality plans were in the works for the location, Mobile's strides in creating a walkable downtown are going to continue to make prospects such as the new hotel attractive to developers.
"We have great meeting space, hotels connected to the meeting space, restaurants and museums all within a really walkable distance, and it's only getting better," said Randel, but he did offer one aside. "Ninety-three rooms is not as many as I would have liked if they'd come to me and asked, but it's a strong project in a good location," he said. Specifically, Randel said the Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center, alone, can hold as many as 3,000 attendees, yet downtown hospitality options offer only about 1,000 sleeping rooms. "A lot of cities have too many hotel rooms and not enough convention space, but ours is 300,000 square feet, so if we had more hotel rooms we could host bigger conventions. It's that simple," he said. Given the proposed Hilton Garden Inn's location and size, however, Randel anticipates it helping to attract more leisure travelers downtown for whom the area's amenities are already well aligned.


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MOBILE, AL - FEBRUARY 14: David Randel, President and CEO of the Mobile Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau, speaks at a press conference February 14, 2013 in Mobile, Alabama. The Carnival Cruise Ship Triumph is being towed in by tugboats and is due to dock in Mobile on Thursday, four days after a fire in the engine room crippled the ship out at sea. Photo: Jeff Gammons, Getty Images / 2013 Getty Images
MOBILE, AL - FEBRUARY 14: David Randel, President and CEO of the Mobile Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau, speaks at a press conference February 14, 2013 in Mobile, Alabama. MOBILE, AL - FEBRUARY 14: David Randel, President and CEO of the Mobile Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau, speaks at a press conference February 14, 2013 in Mobile, Alabama. The Carnival Cruise Ship Triumph is being towed in by tugboats and is due to dock in Mobile on Thursday, four days after a fire in the engine room crippled the ship out at sea.


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