Radisson Blu Minneapolis appoints new director of sales and marketing

Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown

Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown appointed Dale Krogman as director of sales and marketing. Krogman brings more than 20 years of hospitality industry and sales experience to the hotel team.

Krogman started his career in 1993 as the senior sales manager at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center Plymouth (Minn.), where he supervised conference sales managers and consistently exceeded revenue-booking goals for six years. From 2002 – 2012, he served as assistant director of sales for Hilton Charlotte Center City, Charlotte, N.C.; Hilton Americas, Houston, Texas; and Hiltons of Washington, Washington, D.C. He then served as director of sales and marketing at both the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West in Plymouth, Minn., and DoubleTree by Hilton in Bloomington, Minn. Krogman comes to Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown from Starwood Mexico Resorts, where he served as the director of sales for the Midwest. In this position, he represented four oceanfront resorts and generated sales covering a 10-state territory.

“We are thrilled to welcome an established, dedicated and enthusiastic professional to the Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown team,” Steve Lindburg, GM, Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown, said in a statement. “We believe that Dale’s commitment to the hospitality industry, our customers, and our hotel will bring not only a breadth of knowledge, but also a strong addition to our leadership team.”


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Krogman's role as director of sales and marketing at Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown includes working with the hotel’s sales, catering sales and service teams to achieve financial goals and promote the property. 

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