BENCHMARK Appoints Nicole Considine Director of Sales & Marketing for Delta Hotels - Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center

USA, Houston, Texas. March 07, 2018

BENCHMARK®, a global hospitality company, has named Nicole Considine director of sales and marketing for Delta Hotels - Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center, a Benchmark Resorts & Hotels property currently under construction in Allen, Texas, north of Dallas.  The Four Star, full-service hotel and convention center is scheduled to open in January of 2019.  Stacy Martin, general manager made the announcement.

“It is a pleasure to welcome Nicole to our property and to Benchmark,” said Ms. Martin.  “She brings award-winning sales and marketing leadership skills to our property, as well as extensive experience and business contacts within the Dallas market.”

Nicole Considine comes to her new position with nearly 20 years of sales leadership experience.  She was previously director of sales and marketing for the W Dallas Victory Park Hotel and Residences. She has also held this position for the Fairmont Dallas.

Earlier in her career, Ms. Considine served in sales and marketing positions for properties within leading brands, including Wyndham, Westin and Omni.  She is the recipient of the Platinum Sales Award, the Sales Achiever Award and Team of the Year Award, all from Starwood Hotels and Resorts.  Considine has also been honored with two One Voice Leadership Awards from Fairmont.  Ms. Considine is a graduate of the National Broadcasting Institute.  She resides in McKinney, Texas.

About Benchmark Resorts & Hotels®

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