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Texas Western Hospitality
Don't just go to work. Go to "I-really-love-this-place." Our business is
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Address15275 Quorum Drive, Addison, TX, USA View map
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Jim SmithChief Operating OfficerBiggest professional accomplishment: Taking a leap of faith to leave a very large hospitality management company for TWH. Favorite part of job: Sitting with the big dogs and deciding and implementing strategy for the entire company. No, wait – it’s actually seeing that strategy put into action immediately! Reason I work at TWH: I enjoy thinking and working in an entrepreneurial environment. That’s really what TWH is all about. To be a good corporate planner, it doesn’t hurt to have worked with a lot of brands. Over the years, Jim’s worked with Fairfield Inn, Courtyard by Marriott, SpringHill Suites, TownePlace Suites, Residence Inn and Marriott Hotels. The latter at which he held several key management positions in full-service rooms operations. Jim successfully opened four properties as a general manager. And in 2001, he came to TWH, where he worked his way up from various general manager positions to area general manager for the Fort Worth and Arlington, Texas, markets. Today, Jim wears a lot of hats (although his head is anything but big). Hotel operations, multibrand analysis of operational results and development and implementation of strategic measures to enhance performance of all hotels in the management portfolio (say that three times fast). Along the way, Jim’s garnered lots of praise, including earning the Opening Hotel of the Year award (2007) while serving as general manager of the Residence Inn by Marriott in Grapevine, Texas. When Jim’s not busy at work, he and his wife Jen are busy at home with four kids. Where, at dinnertime, that strategy and planning experience really comes in handy.
Michael H. MahoneyPresident and CEOReason I work at TWH: Entrepreneurship. TWH continuously provides the platform to create value for stakeholders. Favorite part of the job: Variety. Each asset we create and manage presents its own unique set of challenges and rewards. Favorite TWH moment: Not a defined point in time, but an ongoing freedom to strive for creative success. Michael’s worked with Gene for more than 25 years. (Worthy of a medal.) And he’s overseen more than 40 hotel developments since 1995. (Worthy of a display case of medals.) Now in 2012, Michael has been named President and CEO of Western International. Michael’s one of the main guys who brings a new hotel development to life. He oversees and implements just about everything: Helps associates acquire land and financing. Oversees architects. Works directly with general contractors. Tackles planning and zoning cases. Facilitates governmental and regulatory approvals. Sleeps occasionally. So if you had a really nice stay at that new Hilton in Chandler, Arizona, give Michael a hearty pat on the back. Then leave him alone. The man has work to do.

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Texas Western Hospitality CultureLike hospitality, you rule at TWH. Here’s the deal: when you get a bunch of talented, good-natured people who love what they do, the accomplishments they make and the people they work with together, well, you’re naturally going to have a pretty hospitable place. The kind that’s nurturing and brings out the best in people. So if you’re a genuine go-getter, there’s really no limit to what you can do. Which makes TWH a pretty exciting company to work for. And that’s the way it should be.


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