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Noble Investment Group Names Susan E. Benshoff Corporate Director
of Revenue Management and Nelson F. Garrido
Vice President of Information Technology
ATLANTA, Ga., April 25, 2006—Officials of Noble Investment Group, one of the hospitality industry’s leading owner/operators of upscale and premium branded hotels, today announced that it has named Susan E. Benshoff corporate director of revenue management and Nelson F. Garrido vice president of information technology.

“As Noble continues to expand its resort and lodging portfolio, it becomes increasingly important to further strengthen our management support team,” said Bob Morse, Noble chief operating officer.  “Both Nelson and Susan have demonstrated strong skill sets that will greatly complement and enhance the success of our portfolio across the United States.”

A 17-year hospitality technology veteran, Garrido joined Noble from Dolce International Hotels, Resorts & Conference Centers, where he held a variety of positions culminating in senior director of global technology.  In his new position, he will be responsible for the technology strategy and systems for Noble’s asset portfolio.  Garrido received his B.B.A. in Business Computer Information Systems from Hofstra University.

Prior to joining Noble, Benshoff was central director of revenue management for Wyndham International.  She has received numerous awards for property performance, including the Excellence in Revenue Management Award and the Circle of Excellence—Achiever’s Circle in 2003, 2004 and 2005 for the Wyndham portfolio.  Benshoff was awarded her Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications from Shippensburg University.

Noble Investment Group is a leading, national hospitality organization that makes investments in luxury and upscale hotels, resorts and convention/conference centers throughout the United States.  The company is a pre-eminent developer of first-class hospitality and mixed-use developments, as well as an award-winning operator of independent destination resorts and luxury and upscale hotels affiliated with Marriott, Hilton, Starwood and InterContinental Hotels Group.  Currently, Noble operates more than 6,000 hotel and resort guest rooms, including over 750,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, convention and conference centers, championship golf courses, spas, and fine dining operations.

Since 1979, Noble Investment Group and its predecessors have developed and acquired over $1.4 billion in hospitality assets. In the past year, the company began development on and/or acquired an aggregate of $400 million in hospitality investments.  


Noble Investment Group
(404) 262-9660

Also See: Bob Morse Named Chief Operating Officer of Noble Investment Group and President of Noble Management Group / February 2005
Noble Investment Group Acquires the 460-room Westin Long Beach from Starwood Hotels & Resorts for $88.4 million / January 2006

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