Mariott International – Just a phone call away
Mariott International, who recently made sweeping changes to its guest reward system and plans to open 40 luxury hotels across its brands in 2018 following it's purchase of Starwood Hotels and Resorts in 2016, announced on 4th January that they will be discussing their 4th quarter 2017 earnings results in a conference call open to the investment community.
Marriott’s share price has risen by 63% in the past 12 months
SOURCE: Yahoo Finance
The international hotel and resort operator which has a portfolio of over 6400 properties split between 30 brands and 126 countries, will announce their 4th quarter earning results at 17.00 EST (22.00 GMT) on Wednesday February 14th. The following morning at 10.00 EST (03.00 GMT) Chief Executive Officer, President Arne Soreneson, Vice President and Chief Financial officer Leeny Oberg will host the call to discuss the company's performance.
The conference call will be broadcast simultaneously on the Marriott Investor relations website and can be found under “recent and upcoming events” (http://www.marriott.com/investor), with a replay and transcript available for one year afterwards.
The company is recommending that those who wish to dial into the conference call should do so 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.
News Media has also been invited to take part in the conference call in a listen-only capacity.
To take part in the conference call the dial-in number is 706-679-3455 and the conference ID is 86389676.
We will, of course, be reporting on it right here for those of you with no time to lose.
Dominion holds Marriott in its Global Trends Luxury Fund.
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