Miller Named President of Dutchman Hospitality Group

WALNUT CREEK, Ohiio – Dutchman Hospitality Group has named Mike Miller as the successor to retiring president Mike Palmer.

For over 16 years, Palmer has served Dutchman Hospitality Group as president. DHG, a multi-faceted company, owns and operates restaurants, inns, retail shops, a theater and a food and supply distribution company with locations in Ohio, Indiana, and Florida. The company employs from 850 to 1,400 based on the time of year and tourism season at each location.

After coming to DHG in 2011 as the general manager of Carlisle Inn Sugarcreek and an integral part of the launch of Ohio Star Theater, Miller has worked in all segments of the company, giving him a wide range of experience and expertise.

Miller attended Waynedale High School and Akron University, finalizing his business degree at DeVry University in Columbus. After high school, his goals were focused on the medical field. But while he was attending the university, a part time job in hospitality sparked his interest and changed the trajectory of his life.

As a college graduate, his passion for hospitality translated into a position as general manager at Courtyard by Marriott located at Easton Town Center in Columbus, receiving the Ohio Hotel & Lodging Association Columbus General Manager of the Year Award in 2010.

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