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Greater Charlotte Hospitality & Tourism Alliance
301 South McDowell, Suite 1106
The Greater Charlotte Hospitality & Tourism Alliance (HTA) has been the premier voice of our region's hospitality & tourism industry since it was established by the leaders of the industry in 1994. Over the years the HTA's leadership has proudly and relen...
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Mohammad Jenatian, President ...
Mohammad Jenatian, President of the Greater Charlotte Hospitality & Tourism Alliance (HTA)
Mohammad graduated from UNC Charlotte with a civil engineering degree and has been involved with the hospitality industry in the Charlotte area for over 30 years.
He has been the President of the Charlotte HTA since its inception in 1994.
Coming Monday: Q&A with Mohammad ...
Coming Monday: Q&A with Mohammad Jenatian, president of the Greater Charlotte Hospitality & Tourism Alliance, which represents the local hotel industry.
Charlotte Hospitality News - HTA
By Mohammad Jenatian
Charlotte's elected and business leaders ...
Charlotte's elected and business leaders have turned to Mohammad Jenatian to rally the city's tourism industry around public projects such as the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Then-House Speaker Jim Black had also turned to Jenatian, who is president of the Greater Charlotte Hospitality and Tourism Alliance, as a liaison -- for strip club money. Jenatian helped establish ties between Black and the topless bar industry, a seemingly odd pairing of a demure Matthews optometrist and the racy, neon-lighted adult businesses.
Tourism Political Action Committee, which supported Black
with political donations, was often in the middle.
Before Charlotte City Council ...
Before Charlotte City Council voted to award the contract in 2011, some companies that were not recommended publicly alleged that they had been approached by Mohammad Jenatian, the head of the Greater Charlotte Hospitality and Tourism Alliance.
pitch, they said, was that a top-level membership to his
group could get the companies back to the airport.
has repeatedly denied those allegations.