Andrew Lott Named Director of Sales and Marketing of The Henderson Beach Resort & Spa

USA, Destin, Florida. September 28, 2022

The Henderson Beach Resort & Spa - northwest Florida's premiere luxury destination - is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Lott as Director of Sales and Marketing. With over two decades of hospitality industry experience, Lott will be responsible for driving property revenue via the implementation of sales and marketing tactics that ensure the hotel's profitability in all market conditions.

"We are excited to welcome Andrew to the Henderson family," said Robert Morgan, General Manager of The Henderson. "He is a talented and experienced sales professional who will serve as a valuable member of our team."

Lott joins The Henderson from Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, where he served as the Executive Director of Resort Sales. During his tenure, he was responsible for growing existing accounts and generating new business to maximize all revenue streams for the resort as well as the Hotel Effie Sandestin.

Located along one of America's top beaches and adjacent to a 208-acre environmentally protected state park, The Henderson is reminiscent of a grand seaside manor of yesteryear and captures the romance of traditional coastal architecture.

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