for the Radisson Plaza Hotel Myrtle Beach
|February 21, 2005, Myrtle Beach, S.C. Ė Radisson Hotels & Resorts
has promoted Pam Smith to the position of Director of Sales and Marketing
for the Radisson Plaza Hotel Myrtle Beach. Her responsibilities include
setting monthly, quarterly and annual sales goals and objectives while
providing direction for the sales and marketing team; spearheading and
driving the Radissonís sales and marketing strategies; managing the inbound
and outbound sales channels; creating budgets and schedules; assigning
and monitoring job responsibilities and assignments as well as developing
and executing marketing plans.
With more than 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Smith joined the Radisson Plaza Hotel in 2002 as Director of Group Sales where her responsibilities included coordinating all group sales efforts as well as generating conference and meeting business for the hotel. Prior to joining the Radisson Plaza Hotel, Smith worked as the Director of Sales at Ocean Creek Resort in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. where she was responsible for managing the group and conference sales department as well as creating and executing budgets and marketing plans for the sales staff. Before joining Ocean Creek, Smith worked as Sales Manager at the Holiday Inn Oceanfront in Myrtle Beach where she generated conference and group business as well as managed all catering and meeting functions. Smith studied business at Coastal Carolina University and Horry Georgetown Technical College. She earned her Certified Meeting Professional designation from the Convention Industry Council in 2002.
"Pamís 15 years of experience and vast knowledge of the hospitality industry made her an obvious choice for the Director of Sales and Marketing position," said David Nobers, Director of Operations/Acting General Manager. "Pam has played an integral role in the areaís conference and convention business circuit and her extensive expertise of both the Myrtle Beach area and hospitality industry has been a definite asset to the Radisson since she joined us in 2002. Pamís promotion is most deserved, I could not think of anyone better to fill this most important position for the hotel. I expect great things from Pam in her new position as Director of Sales and Marketing and I look forward to the continued success of the Radisson Plaza Hotel Myrtle Beach."
Adjoined to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, the 12-story, Four Diamond, Radisson Plaza Myrtle Beach was named the top Radisson in the nation for 2003 in overall product condition. This architecturally unique and upscale hotel features 402 luxurious guest rooms and suites, Vidaliaís, Radissonís signature restaurant, M Bar contemporary lounge, Coffee & Cream Starbuckís style café, health club, indoor pool and gift shop. The hotel lobby and second floor lounge opens into the pre-function space at the Convention Center.
The Myrtle Beach Convention Center provides more than 140,000 square feet of meeting, ballroom and exhibition space and recently opened its latest addition the outdoor Plaza of the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
Radisson Plaza Hotel at the
Myrtle Beach Convention Center
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