Jeffrey R. Fuller, a 24-year veteran of the hospitality industry, has been named the new general manager of the Adam`s Mark hotel in Charlotte, N.C.
Fuller`s career includes broad experience in hotel sales, marketing, training, revenue management and operations. Before coming to Adam`s Mark, he served as regional vice president for Crestline Hotels and Resorts in Atlanta, with responsibility for nine hotels in the Southeast. He has also held various management positions with the Sheraton, Marriott and Holiday Inn hotel chains.
He earned a degree in hotel, restaurant and institutional management from the Michigan State University School of Business.
Fuller succeeds former Adam`s Mark Charlotte GM, Gregg Nelson, who was promoted to resident manager at the 1,840-room Adam`s Mark hotel in Dallas, the largest meeting and convention hotel in Texas.
Kenji Hall joined Adam`s Mark Charlotte as executive assistant manager. He has over 12 years of hospitality industry experience, most recently serving as director of hotel operations for the Trump Hotel and Casino in Gary, Ind. Before that, Hall held various management positions with the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino and the Flamingo Hilton Hotel and Casino, both in Las Vegas. He also served as a hotel operations professor at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, from which he holds a degree in hotel administration.
Adam`s Mark is the premier meeting and convention hotel in Charlotte, with 613 rooms and 52,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space. Adam`s Mark Hotels & Resorts is one of the largest privately owned and operated companies in the hospitality industry, with 24 hotels providing more than 13,000 rooms and 1.3 million square feet of meeting space.