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Trump's Scion hotels moving forward in Dallas, other red-state cities, sons say



President Trump's sons Donald Jr. and Eric say they are ready to expand their Scion hotel brand to large to midsize "trendy" cities such as Austin, Texas; Charlotte, N.C.; and Nashville.


Trump Hotels CEO Eric Danziger said in January that deals were already signed for projects in cities including Austin, Texas; Cincinnati; Dallas; Nashville, Tenn.; and New York, but declined to name the developers who are interested in branding their hotels with the Scion name.


The Trump Organization launched the Scion brand last October in the final weeks of the presidential campaign, as a slightly less expensive offshoot of the Trump luxury hotel brand.


One of the first Scion locations could be Dallas, where the Trump brothers and their team are scouting with locations and talking with Turkish-born, Texas-based developer Mukemmel Sarimsakci.  

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