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Patricia Shih

Project Manager at HVS

Patricia Shih

Based in the Asheville office of HVS, Patricia Shih has more than 15 years of experience in hospitality, including hotel appraisal and market study assignments across North Carolina. She spent more than a decade under the Hilton Worldwide umbrella, in roles ranging from Sales Representative to Corporate Sales Manager at Hilton’s Embassy Suites Atlanta Perimeter Center. She formerly worked in management roles at the Harvey Hotel and Harvey Suites - Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, as well as at the Adam’s Mark Hotel in Downtown Dallas. Patricia earned her BBA in Strategic Management with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior from the University of North Texas. Contact Patricia at (404) 791-5509 or [email protected]

Insights by Patricia Shih (3)

HVS Market Pulse: Charlotte, NC

Charlotte, North Carolina, is one of the biggest cities in the southeast, second only to Jacksonville, Florida, by population, and among the top three fastest-growing metro areas in the U.S. Home to two professional sports franchises (the NBA's Charlotte Hornets and the NFL's Carolina Panthers), NASCAR's Sprint Cup and All-Star stock car races, and numerous museums, Charlotte enjoys a strong base of leisure demand.

HVS Market Pulse: Greenwood, South Carolina

The economy of South Carolina's Greenwood County has evolved from its roots in textile production to large- scale manufacturing, health care, and research and development enterprises. Located southeast of Greenville, the area continues to diversify its economic drivers and hotel demand generators, with attractions ranging from museums and historic mansions to the literally grassroots Festival of Flowers, a major event for gardening enthusiasts nationwide.

Market Pulse: Greensboro, Nc

The Greensboro hotel market benefits from a strong, diverse set of local, regional, national, and global demand generators. While a handful of proposed hotel projects are underway, demand growth is expected to keep pace with the new supply.

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