for the 548 room Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
|LAS VEGAS -- July 28, 2004 - Opening in January 2005, The Renaissance
Las Vegas Hotel announces David Griffin as director of sales and marketing.
Griffin oversees the marketing and branding efforts as well as directs
the transient, group and catering sales teams for the new hotel adjacent
to the Las Vegas Convention Center.
A 25-year veteran of the hospitality industry, Griffin brings a wealth of experience to the property. He most recently functioned as director of sales and marketing at The American Club, a AAA-Five Diamond/Mobil Four-Star Resort in Wisconsin. Under his leadership the resort exceeded their goals to generate $72 million in hospitality sales. With a strong Marriott background he has also served as director of marketing at the St. Louis Airport Marriott Hotel and Marriott’s Griffin Gate Resort, as well as director of group sales at Marriott’s Tan-Tar-A Resort.
“I look forward to establishing an excellent program through our outstanding sales team and exceptional associate performance as we finalize construction on the new Renaissance Las Vegas, said Griffin. “My vision is to differentiate the branding and marketing of the hotel to create a ‘Uniquely Renaissance’ experience for each guest.”
Slated as the largest non-gaming hotel in Nevada, the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel offers an inconspicuous “off Strip” address allowing guests to be close to the action without the noise and distractions. Featuring 14 stories of sinfully spacious accommodations, the hotel boasts 548 rooms and 30 suites and more than 32,000 sq. ft. of function space. All meeting rooms feature Wi Fi technology and ergonomic chairs, while “Meetings Masterminds” ensure that events run without a hitch.
Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
3900 Paradise Road, Suite 289
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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