Philip D'Amico Joins Vesta Hospitality as Vice President of Sales

USA, Vancouver, Washington. March 02, 2022

Vesta Hospitality has hired Philip D'Amico as the company's Vice President of Sales. Mark Hemmer, Vesta's President, made the announcement.

In his role as VP of Sales, D'Amico will strategize with the hotel teams at each of Vesta's properties to create strategic sales and business initiatives designed to grow sales and revenues for the company's hotels with the goal of positioning them as top performers in their respective markets. Building, training, and motivating dynamic teams to establish a creative and results-focused sales culture will be a key component in this effort.

D'Amico's career in the hospitality industry spans 18 years and includes time spent in executive positions at several leading companies in the industry, including Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and PAH Management.

"We are excited to add Philip to our executive team," said Hemmer. "His experience and track record of success will be great assets that we will leverage as we look to grow our organization and portfolio in the coming years."


Philip D’Amico - Vesta Hospitality VP of Sales
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About Vesta Hospitality

Business Contact:

Paul Kesman
PR Spokesperson
Vesta Hospitality
T: +1 248-321-2035
E: [email protected]
W: http://www.vestahospitality.com

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