Marc Oswald

Marc OswaldChief Marketing Officer — In Marc Oswald’s 31 plus years of experience in the entertainment industry, this California native has amassed a resume which includes concert and tour promotion, television, video and film production, entertainment marketing and artist management.  Having produced numerous festivals and live events, Oswald spearheaded the massive Rockfest at Texas Motor Speedway in 1999 which is in the Top 10 of all live concerts in world history with over 340,000 people in attendance and was aired simultaneously on MTV and VH-1 worldwide.  Oswald also created, developed and produced the record setting two year 100 city Alabama American Farewell Tour, the final tour of the legendary country super group, Alabama.  Oswald is acclaimed for his TV and film productions which include the Opening Ceremonies of the Goodwill Games, the television series “Music in High Places” which aired on MTV, DirectTV and Showtime and the wildly popular “Gone Country” reality show on CMT.  He has received numerous nominations and awards from organizations such as the Academy of Country Music, Country Music Association, Country Music Television and The Grammys.  He is partners in the two MORE American Hospitality resort and entertainment projects, Deadwood Mountain Grand, a Holiday Inn Resort which is open in Deadwood, SD and the under development The Inn at Fontanel, a proposed Autograph Collection by Marriott in Nashville, TN.  Oswald serves as Chief Marketing Officer and Board Member of MORE American Hospitality, LLC.  Oswald is 25% owner of MAH.