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Millbrook Appoints New Sales & Marketing Manager

Media Release from Millbrook Resort
November 29, 2006

Millbrook Appoints New Sales & Marketing Manager

Queenstown’s award-winning Millbrook resort will welcome the arrival of the New Year with a new Sales & Marketing Manager.

Millbrook General Manager Jan Hunt is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Stacey as Sales & Marketing Manager.

“I’m delighted to have Sarah join our team and know that she will be an integral part of ensuring we achieve our goals in the years ahead,” she said.

“Sarah has over eight years’ experience in sales and marketing roles and is widely respected. It’s great to have her aboard.”

Sarah has cemented a firm reputation within the tourism industry, having worked as Marketing Manager at SKYCITY Queenstown Casino for the past four years. Prior to this, Sarah was based in the United Kingdom working in a marketing communication role for a multi-national property company.

Sarah will start her new role at Millbrook on January 3rd and is very excited about the prospect of working within the world-renowned five-star resort.

“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to use my skills and experience to add value to the operation and assist in growing the business while further enhancing Millbrook's fantastic reputation," she says.

“I'm looking forward to what will be a new and rewarding challenge, working with an established, well respected team.”

Sarah completed a Bachelor of Communication Studies majoring in Public Relations at AUT in 1997.

Set in a natural alpine amphitheatre on 500 acres, Millbrook offers guests a championship golf course in an inspiring and invigorating location, a history of tradition that spans 150 years, luxury accommodation with a French influence, exceptional dining options and of course The Spa at Millbrook, with its leading edge treatments.

Millbrook has been recognised as one of the top 500 hotels and resorts in the world and earlier this year was named among the top 25 hotels in Australia, New Zealand the South Pacific in the prestigious Travel & Leisure annual World’s Best reader’s poll.

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