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 Coastal Hotel Group Names Roger Brown General Manager
of Chateau Avalon in Kansas City, Kansas

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KANSAS CITY, Kan., December 9, 2005– Yogi Hutsen, President & CEO of Seattle-based Coastal Hotel Group, today announced that Roger Brown has been named general manager of Chateau Avalon, a 62-room luxury hotel located in Village West near Cabela’s, Nebraska Furniture Mart, and the Kansas Speedway. 

Prior to joining Chateau Avalon, Brown was general manager of the Holiday Inn Macon Conference Center in Macon, Georgia. Brown began his career in the hospitality industry in 1975 after attending Indiana University. He then went on to manage numerous hotels and resorts throughout the Southeastern U.S. 

“Roger’s expertise in the hospitality industry will help us ensure the continued success of Chateau Avalon,” said Hutsen. 

Chateau Avalon, located at 701 Village West Parkway in Kansas City, Kansas, is owned by Beaumont Enterprises of Shawnee, Kansas. The hotel is managed by Coastal Hotel Group, a privately held, Seattle-based full-service hospitality management company specializing in distinctive luxury hotels, resorts, inns, and lodges. Established in 1987, Coastal Hotel Group has earned a reputation for providing remarkable lodging choices for the discerning traveler. The Coastal collection includes such unique properties as Salish Lodge & Spa outside Seattle, among the World’s Best on the Conde Nast Traveler 2005 Gold List, and the Spindrift Inn in Monterey, named a Readers’ Favorite by Departures magazine. For more information, visit www.coastalhotels.com or call 888-782-9244. 

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Contact:

Lori Stevenson, (816) 926-9022 
lori@nationranch.com 

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Also See: Coastal Hotel Group Selected to Manage the 62-room Chateau Avalon, Kansas City, Kansas / September 2005


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