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CHTA awarded to Interval International Vice President David Callaghan

David Callaghan has been awarded the 12th recipient of the prestigious Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference award.

Callaghan Vice President of Resort Sales and Service has been a long standing member of CHTA and has been involved in a number of activities in support of the association including:
  ● Assistance in the creation and launch of the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference.
        ● Ongoing assistance in planning and programs for the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference.
        ● Ongoing overall support of the CHTA meeting and conference programs.
        ● Initiating a Strategic Partnership Agreement between Interval International and with CHTA in 2001.
        ● Ongoing financial support as a major supporter of the CHTA Education Foundation.
  “David Callaghan has been a tireless individual who continues to support our member programs and he has always given of his own time and energy to assist CHTA with a number of endeavours over the years,” said Alec Sanguinetti, Director General and CEO of CHTA, adding:
        “His contribution in developing the concept and programming for the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference is commendable and his ongoing support for the CHTA Education Foundation has been a major factor in allowing the Foundation to increase the annual number of scholarships awarded to Caribbean students seeking a career in tourism.”

Callaghan is responsible for Interval’s presence for the Caribbean, Eastern United States and Eastern Canada as well as directs the day-to-day sales, daily service activities for the territory and building the companies developer client base in the region.

Callaghan to date has been recognized with a prestigious American Resort Development Association (ARDA) Circle of Excellence Award for being Producer of the Year in 2002, 2003, and 2004.

He is a member or allied member of the American Resort Development Association (ARDA), the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AH&LA), the Caribbean Hotel Association (CHA), the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA), and the Urban Land Institute (ULI)


He currently serves as Chairman of the AHLA/ARDA Vacation Ownership Committee.

Callaghan resides in Miami with his wife and two children.

The CHTA represents all facets of the hospitality industry with more than 800 member hotels and 750 allied members. 

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