High Pointe Event Catering hires new director of sales and marketing | SierraSun.com

High Pointe Event Catering hires new director of sales and marketing

Michelle Martin

TRUCKEE andamp;#8212; Offering a wealth of experience, Michelle Martin was recently named director of sales and marketing for High Pointe Event Catering, a Truckee-based full-service caterer. Martin will be responsible for maximizing revenues for High Pointeandamp;#8217;s catering events throughout Lake Tahoe and Reno. andamp;#8220;I am very pleased to be part of the High Pointe team,andamp;#8221; Martin said. andamp;#8220;I am thankful for this opportunity to not only use my experience and talent to do what I love to do, but also that I will be working with such a promising company.andamp;#8221;Most recently Martin served as project marketing and sales operations manager for S andamp; P Destination Properties, in Porto Cupecoy, St. Maarten. Prior to that position, Martin served as project operations and marketing coordinator for S andamp; P Destination Properties, The Chateau, South Lake Tahoe. Martin holds a bachelorandamp;#8217;s degree in hospitality management with a minor in business from San Francisco State University. andamp;#8220;Michelle has a great background in the resort industry as well as a great attitude for helping to grow our brand,andamp;#8221; commented Mike Lathbury, High Pointe Catering owner. andamp;#8220;New blood and a fresh perspective can always help to expand future horizons.andamp;#8221; High Pointe Catering is Lake Tahoe and Renoandamp;#8217;s premier event caterer. The expert High Pointe team can turn any setting andamp;#8211; be it a Lake Tahoe beach or a corporate meeting room andamp;#8211; into a memorable event, matching every style, taste and budget. For more information, call 530.414.3357 or visit http://www.highpointecatering.com.

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