Steve Mayers Appointed GM of Best Western Inn at Hunt's Landing

. October 14, 2008

MATAMORAS, PA, August 23, 2006. Satish Duggal, president and owner of Twin Tier Hospitality announced today the appointment of Steve Mayers as General Manager of the Best Western Inn at Hunt's Landing. Mr. Mayers has over 15 years experience in the hospitality industry, working in sales and operations management with Sandals Resorts International, Hilton, Radisson, Holiday Inn and most recently with Prime Hospitality.

The hotel will begin an extensive renovation program in September, including the refurbishing of all guest rooms, with new windows, bathrooms and carpeting throughout. In addition to a new facade for the main building, new carpeting will be installed in all public areas, including the Edgewater Dining Room and the hotel's Pensylvania - New York Ballroom. Renovations will also include a new port cochere and other public amenities in the hotel.

"All of us here are tremendously excited about the work that will be done to the property", said Mayers. "We will, of course, be open and fully operational throughout the project and look forward to welcoming members of the public to see the progress we are making as we move forward."

The project is expected to cost approximately one million dollars and will be completed by January, 2007.

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