Tradewinds Island Resorts Names Armando Monterroso as Vice President of Food & Beverage

USA, St. Pete Beach, Florida. April 16, 2024

The TradeWinds Island Resorts - the Island Grand Resort and RumFish Beach Resort - located along 40 acres of sugary white beach on the island of St. Pete Beach, Florida, has announced Armando Monterrosoas Vice President of Food & Beverage. A member of the executive team, Monterroso is responsible for business strategies for all dining outlets at the two properties, including RumFish Grill, where the restaurant's main attraction is a 33,500-gallon aquarium built by Animal Planet's hit series, "Tanked." He will also oversee planning, product placement and the delivery of a superior food and beverage product for TradeWinds guests.

"Armando is just the first of some very exciting food and beverage announcements on the horizon," said Travis Johnson, Hotel Manager, TradeWinds Island Resorts. "He is stepping in at the perfect time, bringing his wealth of experience, creativity and enthusiasm to help us usher in the next phase here at TradeWinds."

Monterroso was most recently Vice President of Food & Beverage for Playa Hotels & Resorts' collection of 24 resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean, collectively housing as many as 8 restaurants and bars per property. Monterroso has also worked as Corporate Director of Food & Beverage for the Kalahari Resorts & Conventions in the Wisconsin Dells; Director of Culinary Operations for Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center in Nashville; and Executive Chef at the Marriott Marquis in New York City. Monterroso has a degree in Food Service Management from Johnson & Wales University, where he also earned an Associate of Occupational Studies. A native of Boston, Monterroso has spent more than 20 years honing his career in the culinary hospitality industry.

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