News for the Hospitality Executive
The Curtis hotel in Denver Appoints Bruce Mangual as Director
and Rick Oberdahlhoff as Director of Sales and Marketing
September 2009 (Denver, CO) – The Curtis hotel in Denver has announced two appointments to its executive staff: Bruce Mangual as Director of Catering and Rick Oberdahlhoff as Director of Sales and Marketing. In the tradition of the Curtis, Mangual and Oberdahlhoff created their own job titles: Mangual will be “Director of Chaos” and Oberdahlhoff will be known as “The Closer.”
“The Curtis is one of the most animated addresses in Denver, and we’re pleased to have Bruce and Rick join our team,” said Kimberly Corrigan, General Manager and “Queen Bee” of The Curtis, a Sage Hospitality Resources property. “With their impressive and creative experience in the hospitality industry, they understand that it’s not all work and no play in Denver, and that the Curtis is the place to be for both business and leisure travel.”
Born in Grand Haven, Michigan, Mangual followed his father, mother and brother into the dining trade and took his first position as a busboy at the Oxford Hotel in Denver in 1984. He currently resides in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood and enjoys wine, skiing and modern art.
Oberdahlhoff got his start on the F & B side of hospitality as Banquet Manager and Social Catering Manager for the Doubletree in Houston in 1994. Oberdahlhoff was born on a cattle ranch in Bowling Green in northern Missouri and now resides in Denver where he spends his free time biking and shopping for antiques.
About the Curtis
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