Renaissance Dallas Hotel Appoints Bridget Denby as Director of Sales and Marketing

USA, Dallas, Texas. November 12, 2019

The Renaissance Dallas Hotel announces it has appointed Bridget Denby as Director of Sales and Marketing.

Denby brings more than 15 years of sales and service management experience within major hotel and restaurant operations to the Renaissance Dallas Hotel, located downtown adjacent to the Dallas Market Center and minutes away from the industrial-chic Design District.

Most recently, Denby served as Director of Sales of the Dallas/Fort Worth Market for Marriott International, where she was responsible for immediate supervision of the DFW market large group sellers and two group and catering sales leaders, as well as representing the collaborative interests of six full-service hotels and 19 modern essentials hotels and sellers to close business.

Prior to that position, she worked at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center for seven years and held numerous leadership positions, including Associate Director of Event Planning, Director of Event Planning, Senior Sales Manager and Associate Director of Sales.

Denby's accolades include being named the 2018 President's Circle Achiever, 2018 Leader Stick Award Recipient and 2019 Leadership Excellence Rating of 100%.

"We are honored to welcome Bridget to the Renaissance Dallas Hotel team," said Chris Pilavakis, General Manager of Renaissance Dallas Hotel. "Bridget's proven success in the hospitality industry, specifically in sales and events will be a tremendous asset to the hotel."

The Renaissance Dallas Hotel is an ideal destination for both business and leisure travelers alike, with 484 guestrooms, 30 suites and more than 51,000 square feet of meeting space. The hotel is located at 2222 North Stemmons Freeway in Dallas, Texas.

For more information, please visit the website.


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