The Allison Inn & Spa Appoints Director of Sales, Nichole Cooper

USA, Newberg, Oregon. March 27, 2019

Nichole Cooper has joined the award-winning Allison Inn & Spa as Director of Sales. In this role, Cooper will lead all sales and catering team efforts and oversee corporate meetings, social events and wedding initiatives for the Willamette Valley's first and only luxury destination resort which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.

Nichole returns to The Allison after previously serving as Group Sales & Catering Manager. She brings with her a wealth of experience in the Oregon hospitality space, having worked with various hotels and resorts including Sunriver Resort as well as Marriott and Hilton properties for over 13 years.

"The team is delighted that Nichole has rejoined the Allison family," said Pierre Zreik, Managing Director of The Allison Inn & Spa. "It's an exciting time of growth in the valley and we are confident that Nichole's experience and creativity will help drive continued success for The Allison."

Nichole is an active member of Meeting Professionals International (MPI), serving the local meetings community in numerous board positions. She enjoys experiencing new sights, sounds and tastes of the Pacific Northwest and outdoor activities with her family.

To book a stay at The Allison Inn & Spa, please call (503) 554-2525 or toll free (877) 294-2525.


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