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This profile was last updated on 10/23/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Mr. Doug Billings

Wrong Doug Billings?

Board Member

Phone: (843) ***-****  HQ Phone
Episcopal Forum of South Carolina
P.O. Box 1772
Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 29465
United States

Company Description: The mission of The Episcopal Forum of South Carolina is to preserve unity with diversity in the Diocese of South Carolina and within The Episcopal Church, through...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Managing Director
    Tradd Hospitality Resources
  • Broker
    Tradd Hospitality Resources
  • Chief Executive Officer
    The Billings Group , LLC
  • Chief Executive Officer Manager
    The Billings Group , LLC
  • President
    The Billings Group , LLC
  • Chief Executive Officer Manager
    Moonraker Management
  • Managing Director
    Tradd Commerical Real Estate Company
  • Executive Vice President
    CapStar Hotel Company

Board Memberships and Affiliations

11 Total References
Web References
Episcopal Forum of South Carolina - Contact Us
www.episcopalforumofsc.org, 23 Oct 2014 [cached]
Douglas G. Billings
Doug ...
www.traddhospitality.com, 19 May 2011 [cached]
Doug Billings
Managing Director
Doug Billings is the Managing Director of Tradd Hospitality Resources. His background includes more than 35 years in hotel, restaurant and resort operations, acquisitions/divestments and asset management. Billings created
Episcopal Forum of South Carolina
www.episcopalforumofsc.org, 24 May 2010 [cached]
Alex Barron | Jack Nietert + | Douglas G. Billings | Lynn Pagliaro | Frances Elmore | Dusty Parker | Daniel J. Ennis | Bob Pinkerton | Cynthia Harding | Philip Porcher + | John Johnson + | Marilyn Roper | Scott Shaffer | Richard Lovelace | Colton Smith + | Melinda Lucka | Carol Sparks | Barbara Mann | Ginny Trolley | Dave Mann | Betsy Walker | Virginia Wilder
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Douglas G. Billings
Doug Billings is the Managing Director and Broker In Charge of Tradd Hospitality Resources located in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Altrimega Health Corporation d.b.a. Creative Holdings & Marketing Corporation
biz.yahoo.com, 2 Oct 2002 [cached]
Doug Billings, Chief Executive Officer of The Billings Group, LLC, is known for his creation of the hotel marketing division of the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC), where he directed the marketing and divestiture of hundreds of hotels that had been taken over by the federal government during the savings and loan crisis.Having served on numerous boards of directors for the hospitality industry, including the Board of Directors of the International Association of Holiday Inns, Mr. Billings is a frequent speaker at property conferences nationwide.Currently, Mr. Billings is a member of the Advisory Board for the Resort Tourism Management Program at Coastal Carolina University in Conway/Myrtle Beach, S.C.
It is intended that the association with The Billings Group, LLC will provide Creative a strong background in the hospitality industry, as well as the national real estate brokerage industry.Creative's management believes that this association will provide Creative access to many upcoming investment opportunities while potentially creating an additional revenue source.The Billings Group currently has brokerage listings for over $55 million dollars.
Stockholders and other interested parties may direct their questions to: Mail to:info@creativeholdings.com
Lodging News
www.lodgingnews.com, 20 May 2001 [cached]
"I'm not privy to what executives of economy chains are telling their people, but they ought to be getting out the word to get their properties spruced up, improve their services even more, and take every opportunity to satisfy their customers," says Doug Billings, president of the Billings Group, a Philadelphia-based hotel brokerage and consulting firm.
Billings's theory is that business travelers are trading down as their companies tighten their belts.Granted, Billings says, most of these consumers aren't trading all the way down-"It's the Courtyards, the Hamptons, and the Homewoods that are benefiting the most [from business-travel trade-downs]," he says-but there are enough, combined with newly budget-conscious leisure travelers, to present an opportunity for the economy segment.
"But you have to remember that when customers do trade down, their expectations have to be met," Billings says."This is a significant opportunity for economy operators, but they have to deliver on these new guest expectations if they have any hope of retaining them when the economy swings back up.
"You might say economy operators have an opportunity to bring a whole new meaning to the word ‘conversion'-and that is that economy operators have an opportunity to convert some customers if they step up their quality and services."
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