North Lake Tahoe hires new sales manager
TAHOE, Calif. andamp;#8212; The North Lake Tahoe Convention andamp; Visitors Bureau hired Greg Howey as the organizationandamp;#8217;s new national sales manager.A 10-year veteran of the hotel sales industry, Howey will primarily be responsible for prospecting and soliciting group sales in the West Coast corporate market, increasing the number of room nights and total revenue of North Lake Tahoeandamp;#8217;s meeting business.andamp;#8220;Greg is a hard working, self-motivated professional with a successful track record in the hotel sales industry,andamp;#8221; said Director of Sales Jason Neary of the North Lake Tahoe Convention andamp; Visitors Bureau. andamp;#8220;He is also extremely knowledgeable about our product having worked at some of the regionandamp;#8217;s largest hotel properties.andamp;#8221;Howey was the national sales manager at the four-diamond Resort at Squaw Creek in Olympic Valley and the national sales manager at Embassy Suites Resort in South Lake Tahoe. He also managed sales at MontBleu Resort Casino andamp; Spa (formerly Caesars Tahoe) in South Lake Tahoe, worked as an independent sales contractor at Tahoe.com and was the sales and marketing manager at Dodge Ridge Ski Area located in Pinecrest, Calif.Howey graduated from California State University, Sacramento with honors and is a member of Meetings Planners International (the Northern California Chapter) and has served on the Lake Tahoe Visitor Authorityandamp;#8217;s Sales Committee.For more information about the North Lake Tahoe Convention andamp; Visitors Bureau, the North Lake Tahoe region visit http://www.GoTahoeNorth.com.
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