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Baton Rouge Lodging Association (BRLA)

The Baton Rouge Lodging Association, formerly the Hotel Motel Association of Greater Baton Rouge, was chartered in 1955 as the first group of hotel managers, who organized primarily to discuss  issues dealing with legislation and the promotion of the quickly expanding hospitality industry. In 1994, the BRLA hired an executive director to further its mission, to develop the industry and its employees, and to foster collaborative partnerships with allied industries. Re-organized as the Baton Rouge Lodging Association (BRHMA) in 2010, the mission of the association is focused on creating a unified hospitality industry through business partnerships, collaboration, continuing education, and networking. BRLA is governed by a volunteer board of directors and advised by a professional association management firm.

Mission

Creating a unified hospitality industry through business partnerships, collaboration, continuing education, and networking.

Purposes of Membership

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The BRLA has a variety of purposes combined to provide a wide array of programming to meet the needs of all industry partners. The organization’s purposes include promoting the industry, providing education, training, and networking opportunities, participating in community service, and most importantly, inspiring collaborative discussion regarding legislation passed that have an impact on the profitability and sustainability of the industry.

 

Contact us at:

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225-752-1455

225-752-4855 fax

P. O. Box 4092

Baton Rouge, LA 70821

 

 

www.brlodging.org