Carrie Hendrickson Joins HP Hotels as Regional Director of Sales and Marketing

USA, Alpharetta, Georgia. June 27, 2018

HP Hotels, a full-service third-party hotel management company, announced today that it has added Carrie Hendrickson to its growing team to fill the company's newly created position of Regional Diretor of Sales and Marketing. HP Hotels' Vice President of Sales and Marketing Wendy Miranda made the announcement.

In this role, Carrie will be responsible for creating and implementing strategies to grow sales and revenues for the company's hotels with the goal of positioning them as top performers in their respective markets. A leader in the sales and marketing industry for 15 years, Carrie has worked in various marketing positions for several prestigious brands including Marriott International, Hilton and Craftworks Restaurants & Breweries.

"High quality, experienced and successful professionals are paramount to the success of our team, which continues to expand to serve our expanding portfolio of properties," said Miranda. "Carrie brings those qualities with her and we look forward to her contributions to our sales and marketing initiatives."


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