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Former Hampton Inn to be Converted to Days Inn, Names Brian McGurran as GM

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Midwest Motel Management LLC. announced that the Hampton Inn at 3431 14th Ave. S, Fargo will be converted to a Days Inn property.

The 75-room property will be undergoing the conversion throughout September. The company is constructing a new Hampton Inn & Suites at 4776 Agassiz Crossing S. in Fargo.

Fargo Hospitality Group also announced today that Brian McGurran has been named general manager for the hotel, effective upon the hotels conversion.

In his new role, McGurran will be responsible for hotel’s operations, including guest services and hotel administration.

Previously, McGurran served as Front Office Manager for the Hampton Inn hotel based in Fargo, ND responsible for guest services.

“Brian is a talented and experienced hospitality professional and will play a key role inensuring that the Days Inn continues to provide guests with the same high-quality service and exceptional value that it has become known for in the Fargo community,” said Aaron Johnson Regional Operations Manager.

McGurran is a native of Grand Forks, NDand a graduate of the University of North Dakota where he received his Bachelors degree in English.

The Days Inn is a 75-room hotel offering guests single, double and suite accommodations. Property features include complimentary breakfast, pool, fitness center, and nightly reception.

Days Inns Worldwide, a member of the Wyndham Hotel Group family of lodging brands, is a chain of economy and upscale hotels located throughout the world that offer guests single, double and suite accommodations. All properties in North America and most properties in other regions feature high-speed Internet access, SolTerre® bath amenities and weekday newspapers. Select properties offer complimentary DayBreak® continental breakfast and restaurants, meeting rooms, banquet facilities, copy and fax services, swimming pools and fitness centers.


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