Sheraton Dallas Hotel Appoints Emilio Gomez Director of Sales and Marketing

DALLAS, TX. October 17, 2017 – The Sheraton Dallas Hotel announces it has hired Emilio Gomez as Director of Sales and Marketing.

Gomez joins the Sheraton Dallas with more than 15 years of hotel sales and marketing experience. Throughout his career, Gomez has served various positions under Marriott International, at both the corporate and property levels. Most recently, Gomez was the dual-property Director of Group Sales for San Antonio Rivercenter Marriott & San Antonio Riverwalk Marriott. Prior to that position, Gomez worked as Director of Sales for Marriott International, focusing on large groups and convention teams in the Mid-Atlantic States. He has also held director and senior positions at Wardman Park Marriott, Atlanta Marriott Marquis and the Marriott San Antonio Rivercenter/Riverwalk.

As the Director of Sales and Marketing, Gomez is responsible for overseeing a team of 45 people in all aspects of sales, marketing and event management, including group, catering/banquet, and transient business. Gomez works to set strategies for the hotel’s marketing and e-commerce, budget and forecast, and train and develop sales and event management teams.

“We are honored to have strategic and sales-minded Emilio Gomez heading our sales and marketing team,” said Mark Sanders, General Manager at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. “Given Emilio’s extensive experience and proven knowledge in this hotel industry, we are confident he will successfully maximize our hotel’s brand and potential.”

For more information on the Sheraton Dallas, visit www.sheratondallashotel.com

About Sheraton Dallas

The Sheraton Dallas Hotel is an urban downtown Dallas destination located only steps away from the city’s vibrant arts and business districts, and adjacent to the DART rail line. Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, guests of the Sheraton Dallas can experience the culture, sports centers, entertainment, shopping and dining options that have made Dallas a world-renowned destination. Featuring 1,840 guest rooms and over 230,000 square feet of meeting and event space, the hotel combines form, function and style to host a video conference for 10 or a gala for 5,000. For more information about the Sheraton Dallas, or to make a reservation, visit www.sheratondallashotel.com. From the U.S. and Canada, reservations for any Sheraton hotel worldwide can be made by calling 1-800-325-3535 or visiting www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton.

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