Lodging Ovations in Whistler Announces New Hire

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Lodging Ovations in Whistler, a subsidiary of Intrawest ULC, announces the recent addition of Jaime Dunn as the new Director of Sales and Marketing.

Lodging Ovations in Whistler, a subsidiary of Intrawest ULC, managing First Tracks Lodge, Legends Whistler and Evolution, announces the recent addition of Jaime Dunn as the new Director of Sales and Marketing.

In her capacity as Director of Sales & Marketing, Jaime will be responsible for all the sales and marketing initiatives necessary to increase occupancy and revenue for the three properties under Lodging Ovations management. Prior to this appointment, Dunn held various senior level sales and marketing positions in the Whistler accommodation industry.

“Jaime’s appointment will further enhance and support Lodging Ovations' vision to continue as a leading source of luxury accommodation properties in Whistler,” says Saad Hasan, general manager of Lodging Ovations.

Dunn attended B.C.I.T where she received her Tourism Marketing Management diploma. In addition to her diploma, Dunn has taken numerous sales and marketing courses, enabling her to transition into her role as Director of Sales and Marketing.

About Lodging Ovations
Lodging Ovations, in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, is a collection of upscale resort hotels offering guests a ‘home away from home’ experience. Proudly managing First Tracks Lodge, Legends Whistler and Evolution, Lodging Ovations offers a total of 275 suites ranging in size from 1 to 4 bedrooms. Features include an outdoor pool, hot tub and sauna, media room, games room and fitness room. Each suite is beautifully appointed with a full kitchen, private balcony and a living area with a gas fireplace. Based in Whistler Creekside – home of the winter 2010 Olympic alpine events, Lodging Ovations is a base point for experiencing a memorable Whistler getaway.

For more information call 1-877-799-3250 or visit http://www.lodgingovations.com.

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