TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association (FRLA) has announced the recent hire of Meghan Myhill as Communications and Marketing Coordinator. Myhill joins the team led by Communications Director Ashley Chambers in the Tallahassee office. In her role, Myhill will work within FRLA and with its members, external partners, and stakeholders to amplify messaging and digital efforts to protect, educate, and promote Florida’s hospitality industry.
“We are thrilled to welcome Meghan to the FRLA family,” said Carol Dover, President and CEO of the FRLA. “In her short time here, she has already demonstrated incredible value to the FRLA team and our members. Her strong skills with digital communications and marketing are a true asset as we work to promote Florida’s restaurants, hotels, attractions, and suppliers.”
Myhill graduated Magna Cum Laude from Florida State University and previously served for six years in Congressman Neal Dunn’s office in both Washington, D.C. and Tallahassee.
For more information on the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, please visit FRLA.org.
About FRLA: The Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association (FRLA) is Florida’s premier non-profit hospitality industry trade association. Founded in 1946 as the Florida Restaurant Association, FRLA merged with the Florida Hotel and Motel Association in 2006. FRLA’s more than 10,000 members include independent hoteliers and restaurateurs, household name franchises, theme parks and suppliers. The association’s mission is to protect, educate and promote Florida’s nearly $112 billion hospitality industry which represents 1.5 million employees. Dedicated to safeguarding the needs of the membership, FRLA provides legislative advocacy to ensure the voices of its members are heard and their interests are protected. The association offers regulatory compliance and food safety training through Safe Staff® and FRLA’s subsidiary, RCS Training. The FRLA Educational Foundation provides industry-developed, career-building high school programs throughout the state.