Main Street Hospitality announce appointments to leadership team
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Main Street Hospitality announce appointments to leadership team

Main Street Hospitality is pleased to announce the appointments of Joe Crimmins, Vice President of Operations and Andres Gutierrez, Area Director of Revenue Management. As a part of Main Street Hospitality’s dynamic leadership team, Joe and Andres will further the company’s mission to deliver unparalleled experiences through an authentic approach to hospitality that centers around Main Street’s portfolio of eight properties. This portfolio includes the storied Red Lion Inn in the Berkshires, Hammett’s Hotel in Newport, Porches Inn at MASS MoCA and the newly opened Canoe Place Inn & Cottages, located in Hampton Bays, Long Island.

Joe Crimmins, Vice President of Operations

leadership teamIn his current role serving as Vice President of Operations, Joe Crimmins oversees the operations and sales teams for Main Street Hospitality’s portfolio of owned and operated hotels located across the Northeast. Joe brings over 30 years of sales, operating and development experience to Main Street Hospitality, acquired in service to Hilton, Intercontinental, Doral, and Destination Hotels. Joe also served as Executive Director of Hospitality Services for Penn State University, where he now actively serves on the board of advisors for the university’s hotel school.

“It is a privilege to be working alongside such an established team of hospitality professionals who share a passion for creating a meaningful guest experience and a lasting, positive imprint within communities,” says Joe Crimmins.

Andres Gutierrez, Area Director of Revenue Management

leadership teamAs Area Director of Revenue Management, Andres Gutierrez joins the leadership team by heading the execution and measurement of strategies and tactics designed to maximize revenue, market share and profitability for the assigned portfolio. Andres sets Main Street Hospitality up for success with evaluation of data and yield management to ensure consistently competitive pricing, optimization of the mix of customers and management of distribution strategies on all channels. Andres’ impressive background spans over a decade of working with leading organizations such as Omni Hotels & Resorts and The Biltmore Company. Andres now brings his unique expertise to Main Street Hospitality,

“When presented with the opportunity to work with Main Street Hospitality, I was thrilled,” says Andres Gutierrez. “It is my honor to take a leadership role in driving strategies to meet our property goals, and I look forward to facilitating Main Street Hospitality’s overall success as we expand.”

This sensational news comes alongside last month’s appointment of Joe Gallo and Terry Coughlin, who now serve as President and Hospitality Leadership Coach as Main Street Hospitality continues to develop and grow within the independent hospitality space.

“As our identity and value proposition in the market has deepened, we have an ambitious plan that has us growing significantly and thoughtfully over the next five years and beyond,” says CEO, Sarah Eustis. “I lean on an incredible leadership team which includes Joe Crimmins and Andres Gutierrez to help us stay true to our mission to preserving things that matter and building things that last throughout our growth phases.”

Click here for more information about the Main Street Hospitality Group portfolio and leadership team members.

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Founded in 2013, Main Street Hospitality is built on three generations of hospitality leadership, deeply committed to genuine experiences for guests and remarkable results for their partners. They are owners, operators, and designers of unique hotels….

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