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Whether you are an independent or multiunit lodging operator; or you provide products or services to the lodging industry; or you represent a school, hospital or nursing home; or you operate a Bed & Breakfast; or you’re currently enrolled in graduate or undergraduate culinary or hospitality programs, OH&LA membership is for you! 
"Shared "best practices" and the experience and knowledge gained from relationships that are created with other lodging operators are priceless, but most of all, I believe in being heard, and the OH&LA gives me a voice."
Dena Jones
Champion Hotels
"The OH&LA provides many training opportunities for management and staff at reduced rates, and is a resource for many other hospitality related issues.  We participate in the education process, work together on community projects and build relationships with vendors, peers and other business professionals. In my opinion, you cannot operate in today's environment without the Oklahoma Hotel & Lodging Association."
Jeff Erwin
Hotel Ambassador, OKC
Lodging Property
Includes any hotel, motel, inn, suite, extended-stay, resort, lodge, or similar lodging property.
Service Provider
Includes vendors and businesses that provide products or services to the lodging industry.
Includes OH&LA membership, Vendor Expo booth, and two InnSider online newsletter ads.

Bed & Breakfast
Includes owners/operators of bed & breakfasts.

Includes hospitality and culinary students currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs within the industry.
Oklahoma Chapter of Women in Lodging (OKWIL)
Includes all women employed at an AH&LA Partner State Association member property, regardless of position within the company.
Become a Member
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What's Happening
Lodging professionals and industry suppliers are invited to join the OH&LA Board of Directors for a Quarterly Membership Event to discuss industry issues and formulate association activities. These discussions will be followed by an educational luncheon.
AHLA's 2018 Policy Guide highlights the advocacy issues of most importance to the hotel industry, along with AHLA's positions on those issues. Advocating on behalf of a dynamic industry that supports 8 million jobs across the country and $1.1 trillion in U.S. sales, AHLA seeks to advance policies that foster growth, job creation, travel and tourism promotion, and economic opportunities.
Join OKWIL from 9:00am-12:00pm in August for a seminar on National Hospitality Employment Law Trends that Impact Your State, presented by Andria Ryan of Fisher Phillips. The seminar will be held in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa; simply choose the date and location that works best for you!Cost is $50/person. Registration is transferable but non-refundable and processed by the Oklahoma Restaurant Association.
OH&LA presented the Annual Stars of the Industry Awards, designed to honor Oklahoma's outstanding hospitality professionals for their service and commitment to the guest service and hospitality industry, on January 16, 2018. This year, submissions resulted in nearly 40 nominees from properties of all sizes among the 10 categories.
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