Outrigger Resorts Global Showcase entertains across Australia

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RELEASE NUMBER 25/17

Outrigger Resorts' COO Paul Richardson, Executive VP and Chief Marketing Officer, Sean Dee and VP Sales and Marketing Asia Pacific Mark Simmons back centre with global sales and marketing team

Outrigger Resorts’ COO Paul Richardson, Executive VP and Chief Marketing Officer, Sean Dee and VP Sales and Marketing Asia Pacific Mark Simmons back centre with global sales and marketing team

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Outrigger Hotels and Resorts representatives from Hawaii, Mauritius, the Maldives, Fiji and Thailand joined with their Australian counterparts for the Outrigger Resorts Global Showcase last week.

Leading the 21-strong delegation that visited Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne was Chief Operating Officer Mr. Paul Richardson; Vice President Sales and Marketing for Asia Pacific Mark Simmons; Vice President Corporate Communications Monica Salter; and Regional Director of Sales and Marketing for Australia and New Zealand, Andrew Gee. Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Sean Dee also joined the showcase in Sydney.

As well as Outrigger Resorts, the Outrigger-managed OHANA Hotels and Resorts, Embassy Suites, Condos and Holiday Inn brands in Hawaii were represented.

Guests included key wholesalers and product managers, specialist travel agents, PCO’s, tourism industry partners, airline representatives and travel media. Outrigger Resorts communicated with almost 400 travel industry professionals during the weeklong road show.

The 2017 event launched in Brisbane at Blackbird, Eagle Street Pier followed by events at Rivers Edge Function Centre at the World Trade Centre in Melbourne and Establishment 1 & 3, George Street Sydney.

In his welcome address at the events, Paul Richardson flagged the likely re-entry of Outrigger into Australia as part of a broad global expansion under new owners KSL Capital Partners.

He said Australia was at the top of KSL’s list of destinations in which it was seeking management contracts or asset purchases for future operating capacity.

“It could happen anytime over the next 10 years,” said Richardson.

He also said that beyond Australia, KSL had plans to boost its profile to Southern Florida, Southern California, Mexico and Hawaii.

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