Apple Leisure Group announces development team promotions

Apple Leisure Group  announced the promotion of Antonio Fungairino to VP of development, Cristobal Enriquez to VP of business development and Tammy Stone to marketing manager. In their roles, each development team member will help drive the company’s footprint expansion in Latin America and the Caribbean.
 
“ALG has experienced tremendous success over the last year and a half, including eight new resort brand management contracts, plus entry into three new desirable destinations,” said Javier Coll, EVP and chief strategy officer of Apple Leisure Group. “The development team’s leadership and vision have been instrumental to this growth.”
 
Coll added, “We have the proven track record, plus ALG’s built-in distribution support and complementary mix of companies driving some of the strongest business results in the industry. Moving into 2015, one of our main goals is to bring the advantage of ALG’s unique vertically integrated approach to the forefront and highlight the incredible opportunities available for hotel owners, REITs and global investors.
 
In his new role as VP of development, Antonio Fungairino will be responsible for fostering strategic relationships with key global investors and REITs in the United States.
 
As VP of business development, Cristobal Enriquez will work hand-in-hand with Fungairino. The hospitality industry veteran has over 12 years of experience in the financial sector.
 
Marketing Manager Tammy Stone will be responsible for developing and implementing multi-channel marketing and communications campaigns designed to quickly raise ALG’s profile with industry partners and hoteliers in the U.S., Latin America and Europe.

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