Colorado Springs, Colorado (March 20, 2002). Christopher Pipes, Director of Sales for The BROADMOOR hotel and resort in Colorado Springs, is pleased to announce the addition of three new National Sales directors.
BOB WILKINSON joined The BROADMOOR this winter as National Sales Director for Northeast Corporate Accounts. He moved to Colorado Springs from Lake Buena Vista, Florida, where he held the position of National Sales Manager for the Palace Resort & Spa at Walt Disney World Resort. Born and raised in Michigan, Mr. Wilkinson has a degree in Communication Arts and Sciences from Michigan State University. He is married with two children
LAURIE MEACHAM is National Sales Director for the Mid-Atlantic Region. Her professional experience includes Director of Sales and Marketing for The Village at Breckenridge Wyndham Resort and for the Great Divide Lodge, formerly the Hilton Resort. Prior to moving to the mountains, Ms. Meacham was Director of Sales and Marketing for the Doubletree Hotel in Colorado Springs. Like Mr. Wilkinson, she is a graduate of Michigan State University with an honors degree in Journalism / Communications. Ms. Meacham is married with two children.
TAMMY PAGE came on staff at The BROADMOOR in March as National Sales Director for the Rocky Mountain Region. She has lived in Colorado Springs for the past 15 years and came to the resort from the Wyndham Hotel where she was Associate Director of Sales. Prior to that, Ms. Page was Senior Sales Manager at the Antlers Adam’s Mark Hotel. Ms. Page is a graduate of Central Missouri State University. She has two daughters.
The BROADMOOR in Colorado Springs is the longest consecutive winner of the Mobil Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond awards for excellence. Located just minutes from downtown and nestled at the foot of Cheyenne Mountain, The BROADMOOR is completing over $75 million in construction and restoration to the 84-year-old hotel and resort, making it one of the most comprehensive renovations of a historic property in the U.S. The project is set for unveiling May 1, 2002.