John Green Rejoins Pyramid Hotel Group as SVP, Asset Management
Monday June 9th, 2014 - 10:22AM 0
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BOSTON—Pyramid Hotel Group has appointed John Green as its SVP, Asset Management.
In this role, Green will be responsible for the growth and servicing of new relationships.
Prior to rejoining Pyramid, Green served as SVP of Wyndham Hotel Group Management’s hotel portfolio for the Wyndham Hotel Group. Concurrently, he was SVP of Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, accountable for the franchise system, handling license partner relations and growing the group from 60 to 100-plus operating units. Previously, he was SVP and managing director of Pyramid Hotel Group, where he was responsible for half of the portfolio in the eastern U.S. Prior to his time with Pyramid, Green spent nine years in operations with Wyndham International, rising to area director of operations in Chicago and later Boston, where he oversaw 18 properties.
Pyramid’s Principal and CEO Richard M. Kelleher said, “We are delighted to welcome John and his more than 30 years of operating experience back to Pyramid. His extensive background in owner relations, brands and asset management, coupled with extensive operations experience, combine to create a unique strength to improve asset value. His background includes expertise with the full gamut of all the leading brands from luxury to focused-service and numerous independent and boutique hotels and resorts throughout the United States, Caribbean, Canada and Central America. He has hands-on experience in all aspects of hotel ownership/operations from acquisition to exit strategy, repositioning and refurbishment, brand selection, cost controls and building sustainable profitability. His well-deserved industry reputation and strong owner relationships will further strength our asset management group.”
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