HMC Appoints Peter Ambros as General Manager for Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey

USA, Dallas, Texas. February 05, 2020

Leo Spriggs, President and CEO of Hospitality Management Corporation (HMC), is happy to announce that Peter Ambros has accepted the role of General Manager for the Sheraton® Harrisburg Hershey in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the team in Harrisburg, he served as GM for HMC's managed Four Points by Sheraton in Little Rock, Arkansas, and in the position of General Manager at the Holiday Inn® Airport and Conference Center in Memphis, TN.

With extensive professional hospitality experience and wide-ranging knowledge of the Hotel and Food & Beverage industries, he will bring a long resume of success to the Sheraton. He will be an invaluable asset in building the hotel's clientele, guest services and overall performance. Peter also previously worked with HMC as the General Manager for the Wyndham Garden® Lafayette and the Crowne Plaza® Astor, a 4-Diamond property in New Orleans. In addition, his experience includes numerous management positions for Radisson®, Omni®, Hyatt® and Doubletree® hotels in the cities of Baltimore, Chicago and New Orleans.

The hotel is located in Pennsylvania's state capital near Downtown Harrisburg. This upscale, award-winning Sheraton is minutes from Harrisburg Mall, National Civil War Museum and Harrisburg International Airport. It's also a short drive to the neighboring town of Hershey, for family-friendly fun including HersheyPark® and Hershey® Chocolate World only 10 miles away. The property offers a complimentary airport shuttle, on-site restaurant and pub, 24-hour fitness center, business center and indoor/outdoor pool complex. Recently renovated with modern hotel rooms and suites, the hotel provides numerous amenities including the Dog & Pony Restaurant and Bar, a beautiful indoor/outdoor pool, executive club lounge, in addition to complimentary Wi-Fi. For those looking to book a conference, meeting or event, the hotel offers 14,656 square feet of venue space and on-site event professionals.

"We are pleased once again to announce Peter Ambros as the new General Manager of the Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey. His consistent results in building and creating cohesive and profitable hotels within our portfolio comes from a proven track record and years of hospitality experience. We couldn't ask for a better fit, especially in a guest driven market like Hershey, PA, and are welcoming back a long-time member of the HMC family" shared John O'Connor, COO, Hospitality Management Corporation.

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