The Cloudveil Announces General Manager and Director of Sales and Marketing

USA, West Hollywood, California. February 22, 2021

The soon-to-open Autograph Collection Hotel, The Cloudveil, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bruce Grosbety to regional VP and general manager and Pam Clark to director of sales and marketing for Jackson Hole's newest boutique property and only hotel on the historic Town Square. Set to debut this spring and located at the gateway to the Grand Teton National Park, one-hour south of Yellowstone National Park, The Cloudveil aims to reflect a true sense of place and offer a modern sanctuary inspired by the living elements of its locale.

Bruce Grosbety | Regional VP & General Manager

Leading the team as General Manager, Grosbety will oversee all aspects of day-to-day hotel operations, from sales and marketing, revenue management and guest experiences to programming, service, and food and beverage. He looks forward to The Cloudveil drawing in guests and locals alike through "the awe of its design, breathtaking backdrop among the Tetons and spirited staff." Grosbety has carved out an outstanding hospitality career spanning over 30 years, holding key leadership roles at luxury properties across the U.S. including Enchantment Group, MetWest Terra, Vail Resorts, Four Seasons and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts.

Born in Montreal, Canada, Grosbety graduated from Purdue University with a B.S. in Hotel Management. He served as the president of Wyoming Lodging & Restaurant Association, as well as the Wyoming Tourism Board for six years. In his free time, Grosbety enjoys being outdoors - skiing, hiking or biking - with his wife and two children.

Pam Clark | Director of Sales and Marketing

As Director of Sales and Marketing, Clark will lead all sales and marketing strategies for the 100-room property, which boasts 7,500 square feet of indoor-outdoor meeting space including downtown Jackson's only rooftop terrace overlooking Jackson's Town Square and Snow King Mountain. Clark and her team are responsible for capturing corporate and group sales, weddings of all sizes and luxury travel agencies.

Prior to joining The Cloudveil team, Clark most recently served as the director of leisure and corporate sales at Four Seasons Chicago. Throughout her more than 20-year hospitality career, she has led several corporate sales and marketing teams including Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile, Langham Chicago, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and Loews L'Enfant Plaza in Washington D.C.

Clark graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a B.S. in Junior High Education and emphasis in German and English. She has a Certification in Wines of California from Cornell University, and recently completed her WSET level one certification. In her free time, Clark enjoys traveling with friends and family, and spending time with her dog, Daisy May.



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About The Cloudveil

Media Contact:

Anna Cofer
Publicist
J Public Relations
T: +1 619-255-7069
E: thecloudveil@jpublicrelations.com
W: http://www.thecloudveil.com

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