Allegretto Vineyard Resort Appoints Shannon Spivey as National Sales Manager

USA, Pasa Robles, California. August 04, 2020

The Allegretto Vineyard Resort, the acclaimed 171-room luxury resort in the Paso Robles wine region, is pleased to announce the appointment of Shannon Spivey as National Sales Manager.

California native Spivey brings over 14 years of luxury hotel sales management to her role as National Sales Manager for the Allegretto Vineyard Resort. A proven results-oriented sales professional with a can-do spirit, Spivey first started her hospitality career as the Sales Manager for Larkspur Hotels & Restaurants in Los Gatos, California, before heading up sales efforts for such esteemed properties as Hotel Los Gatos and the Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa. Most recently, she worked as the sole National Sales Manager for Ventana Big Sur, where she was responsible for new business development, revenue strategy and managing all territories both nationally and internationally.

As the National Sales Manager for the Allegretto Vineyard Resort, Spivey will work to grow the property's corporate and group clientele while developing and maintaining key relationships and sales initiatives. "Shannon is a highly driven and creative sales professional with a vast amount of knowledge and understanding of the luxury hotel business, from managing corporate events to executing structured sales activities to strategic revenue builds," says Rich Verruni, General Manager of the Allegretto. "Her strong work ethic, positive outlook and relationship-focused approach will serve her well in this position, and we look forward to following her contributions to the Allegretto's future success and growth."

"When I saw the hotel for the first time, I thought it was an island of its own. Resting on the edge of this eclectic town was this grand hotel with so much to offer, but also an enormous amount of potential," says Spivey. "With over 200 wineries, the hot springs and a charming downtown, plus the incredible amenities offered at the resort, I am thrilled to share this property and region with new groups, both large and small. I look forward to putting my stamp on this process and managing a new line of business within an amazing property."

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