The Westin Southfield Hotel and Executive Meeting Center Appoints Stephanie Kelly as Senior Sales Manager


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Stephanie Kelly

Photo Courtesy The Westin Southfield Hotel and Executive Meeting Center

The Westin Southfield Hotel and Executive Meeting Center today announced the appointment of Stephanie Kelly as senior sales manager. Bryan Best, director of sales and marketing appointed Kelly for the position.

 

Kelly, a Garden City resident, has nearly 30 years of experience in the hospitality field and has earned numerous awards for her sales performance. As senior sales manager, Kelly’s role will include overseeing the association, family reunion, government, multicultural, and religious markets.

 

“We are most pleased to have Stephanie join us,” says Best. “She is very knowledgeable about the metro Detroit market; her experience will help our sales team achieve new growth.”

 

Prior to working at the 388-room Westin Southfield, Kelly served as senior sales manager for the 238-room Sheraton Detroit Novi hotel. Kelly has also held numerous sales and banquet positions at Doubletree Novi, Doubletree Detroit Metro Airport, Crowne Plaza Detroit Metro Airport, and the Holiday Inn Metro Airport.

 
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