The Ranch at Rock Creek Appoints Jeremy Belnap as General Manager

USA, Philipsburg, Montana. May 03, 2022

The Ranch at Rock Creek is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeremy Belnap as General Manager. Belnap's career spans nearly 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

Most recently, Belnap was the General Manager of Magee Homestead, part of the Brush Creek Luxury Ranch Collection in Saratoga, Wyoming. Throughout his five-year tenure, Jeremy initiated Magee Homestead into the Relais & Chateaux collection and achieved a Forbes Travel Guide 5-Star rating within his first year and each year since under his direction. The Brush Creek Luxury Ranch Collection also received notable recognition in Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Robb Report, and more.

"My family and I are excited to be in Montana for this next adventure," says Belnap. "I am thrilled to be working alongside such an amazing team and an owner whose goal is to provide the best guest ranch experience in the world. Authenticity and dedication to excellence are the driving forces on this property, and I look forward to continuing this path while bringing The Ranch at Rock Creek into its next chapter."

Jeremy's career began at Marriott Hotels & Resorts, working specifically for Marriott's Barony Beach Club in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, and Marriott's Summit Watch in Park City, Utah. He served in multiple operational roles such as the Director of Services, Front Office Manager, and Director of Room Operations. Belnap then transitioned to The Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront of the Marriott Autograph Collection in Savannah, Georgia.

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