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Sheraton Nassau enhances executive team

A new general manager and hotel manager have joined the staff at the Sheraton Nassau hotel and resort. The appointments come ahead of the hotel's repositioning as part of the Baha Mar development. 

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Thursday, October 27, 2011
Thursday, October 27, 2011

Nassau, The Bahamas – The Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort, located in Nassau, has announced the appointments of Glenn Sampert as general manager and Steven White as hotel manager.

With more than 40 years of collective experience in various segments of the hospitality industry, Sampert and White will work together to reposition the resort as part of the anticipated new Baha Mar development.


“We are excited to welcome Glenn and Steven to our team,” says Manny Corral, director of sales and marketing for the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort. “With vast hospitality operations and sales experience, we are confident that these additions will positively impact the continued success of our award-winning resort.”

Steven WhiteGlen SampertGlenn Sampert (left), a seasoned hotel management expert, will oversee operations of the 694-room Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort. He will manage day-to-day operations, sales and marketing.

Steven White (right) joins the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort as hotel manager. An industry veteran with diverse experience, White joined the resort from the same post at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel.

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