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time general manager of Canalside in Buffalo, NY, another Global Spectrum managed facility. The new directors and managers include: Katie Kielaszek, Director of Special Events on Old Falls Street, USA; Andres Cintron, Director of Operations at the CCNF; Jason Gannon, CHSP, Event Services Manager at the CCNF; Ashleigh Freiday, Event Services Manager at the CCNF; and David Pruett II, Banquet Manager at CCNF.


PENNSYLVANIA Bensalem - Danielle Peluzzo was recently named Production Manager of Audio gods Live Sound Reinforcement.


Kennett Square - The Chester County Conference and Visitors Bureau recently welcomed Courtney Babcock as their new Sales Manager. In her new role, Babcock is primarily responsible for Social, Military, Educational, Religious and Fraternal market segments (SMERF). Previously she held a similar position in convention sales for the Valley Forge Convention and Visitors Bureau.


King of Prussia - Cindy Mercado has been named Banquet Sales Manager for Maggiano’s King of Prussia having for- merly held a banquet sales position at Maggiano’s Philadelphia.


Philadelphia - Erin DeGuilio Buday has been promoted to Regional Sales and


Marketing Manager for the Garces Group Restaurants.


Philadelphia - The Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB) announced the hiring of Tim Haggerty as its Vice President of Sales. Haggerty, working alongside the Senior Vice President of Sales, will assist with the overall sales strategy for the PHLCVB and will manage day-to-day operations of both the citywide conven- tion sales and hotel convention sales team. He is a 27-year veteran of Marriott Hotels and most recently worked as the Director of Sales and Marketing at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.


Philadelphia - Stockton and Partners, Inc., a communication-based event planning, meeting and destination man- agement company, has announced that Allison Bishop has been hired as Event Operations Manager, and Courtney Bradley as Event Operations Coordinator.


Pittsburgh - Brad Cetnarowski has been named Group Sales Manager for the Westin Convention Center Hotel.


Pocono Manor - Tim Bugas has been named Director of Sales for the new Kalahari Resort and Convention Center. Bugas is a 30-year veteran having held positions at The Homestead, Bedford Springs, Hershey Entertainment and Resorts, The Greenbrier Resort and most recently at Crystal Springs Resort.


Shawnee on Delaware - Randy Misko has been named Senior Corporate Sales Manager for the Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort.


Springfield - The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of Trish McFarland as Chamber President. McFarland had pre- viously served as vice-president for the chamber.


VIRGINIA Tyson’s Corner - Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner Center, which is scheduled to open in early 2015, has hired Bradley Nairne as it Director of Food and Beverage Operations.


Washington, DC The Embassy Row Hotel announced Robert Yealu as Director of Restaurants where he will lead the property’s innova- tive food and beverage programs. Set to debut in March, timed with the hotel’s grand re-opening, the property will unveil a fully activated social lobby concept and new restaurant, Station Kitchen and Cocktails, in addition to an extensive meetings and events program and revamped menu and perks for The Rooftop and its exclusive memberships.


Destination DC has announced that Jessica Mayorga recently joined the organization as their new Director of Communications.


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