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Remington Hotels Appoints Keith Oltchick As SVP Of Acquisitions & Development

November 2, 2020

DALLAS–Remington Hotels announced today the appointment of Keith Oltchick as Senior Vice President of Acquisitions & Development, further bolstering the company’s budding third party management portfolio.

Bringing over 20 years of experience and connections in the hospitality industry to his new role, Oltchick will be responsible for the growth and expansion of Remington Hotel’s third-party platform and supporting clients in acquisitions, management transitions and new build development efforts.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Keith to the Remington Hotels team as part of the continued growth strategy of our third-party management platform,” said Jarrad Evans, Chief Investment Officer of Remington Hotels. “He brings a powerful industry network, stellar performance history and respected reputation to our development team to support our growth plans for 2021 and beyond.”

Oltchick began his career as a controller for Claris Services Corp where he provided financial leadership for all major operations activities. Since then, Oltchick has held a variety of senior leadership roles with well-respected industry brands such as Hersha Hospitality Trust and Marriott International. Most recently, Oltchick served as Senior Vice President of Business Development at Pyramid Hotel Group, a privately owned full-service hotel and resort company with ownership and management interests in more than 120 properties across the globe. In his role, he oversaw over $15 billion of individual and portfolio investments for hospitality assets, development projects and debt restructurings. Oltchick was also responsible for preparing and evaluating comprehensive analysis of investment opportunities, contract negotiations, team development and more.

Oltchick earned his undergraduate degree in business administration from the University of Arizona, where he later returned to pursue a master’s degree in business administration from the Eller College of Management.

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