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Choice CEO Says Hotels Are Full

"Our hotels have been very full the first couple months of the year," says Choice Hotels' CEO Steve Joyce to CNBC.

Choice Hotels Answers Questions on AAHOA

LEXINGTON, Ky. — After agreeing to loosen up on franchising practices that franchisees had criticized as lacking good faith and fair dealing, Choice Hotels was re-admitted into the Asian American Hotel Owners Association. The association had given the franchisor 90 days to cure its poor standards.

Choice Hotels Allowed Back into Franchise Assn

Quality Inn is one of the brands under franchisor Choice Hotels
A Quality Inn franchise in Central Kentucky

ATLANTA — Choice Hotels has agreed to loosen up some on its criticized franchising practices in order to be let back into good standing with a franchisee group, the Asian American Hotel Owners Association.

Hotel Owners to Terminate Choice Hotels

An EconoLodge sign, one of Choice's many hotel brands

ATLANTA — In a turn of events, angry franchisees are terminating a franchisor. The Asian American Hotel Owners Association has informed Choice Hotels that the nefarious franchisor will be stripped of its membership unless long outstanding grievances from franchisees can be resolved within the next 90 days.

Working in an Ivory Tower

Steve Joyce recently appeared on the television program Undercover Boss, where he disguised himself to work unrecognized among hotel staff. He shaved his mustache and dyed his hair.

Franchisee Clubs Clash, CHOC Chair Resigns

Choice Hotels Owners Council discussing upcoming elections at the summit meeting in March
Todd Winkler warns CHOC about AAHOA, photo/youtube