FAQs:Q: What do Ambassadors do?A: Ambassadors are the engine for maintaining and continuously growing membership. They serve promote and nurture the association-member relationship through regional representation, networking, communication, membership growth and leadership development. When we need to get industry information out to our membership or gather hoteliers to talk about industry issues, they help spread the word.
Q: When are Ambassadors selected? A: Ambassadors are selected by the Regional Directors at the top of the term (right after convention each year).
Q: How long do Ambassadors serve? A: Ambassadors serve at the pleasure of the Regional Director, but generally for the length of the Regional Director's term.
Q: Are there any prerequisites? A: Yes, to serve as an ambassador you must be a paid member of AAHOA and remain one during your term of service.
Q: How many Ambassadors are there per region? A: No more than twelve (12). In a multi-state region, at least one ambassador must reside in each region. In a single-state region, at least one ambassador must reside in every major metro area.