• The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa Names Ann Sutherland Lynch as Director of Sales & Marketing

     
    POSTED February 5, 2019
     

The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa in downtown Denver has welcomed Ann Sutherland Lynch as director of sales and marketing. Lynch has over 25 years of experience in the luxury hospitality industry and robust Colorado experience. 

Lynch began her career at Keystone Resort as Senior Sales Manager, and since then she has held numerous executive sales and marketing positions at luxury hospitality companies such as Vail Resorts, Destination Hotels & Resorts and Timbers Resorts. Most recently, Lynch was the opening Director of Sales & Marketing of The Jacquard Hotel & Rooftop, where she helped launch the property with sales tactics and marketing efforts. In addition, Lynch is nearing the completion of her master's certificate in Hospitality Management from Cornell University.

“As a native Coloradan, being part of this iconic hotel is an incredible opportunity, and to be entrusted with the storied nature and time-honored traditions of The Brown is an honor,” says Lynch. “I am privileged to be here and look forward to being an integral part of this successful team!” 

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