Anthony Del Gaudio Promoted to Vice President – Global Distribution at Loews Hotels

  • Loews Hotels
  • 08.26.08
Anthony Del Gaudio has been promoted to the newly created position of vice president of global distribution at Loews Hotels.

An accomplished sales and marketing executive with broad experience in the Mid-Atlantic region, Del Gaudio was most recently regional vice president of sales and marketing for Loews Hotels. In his new position, he will be responsible for the centralization of all relationships, control, promotional efforts and inventory/pricing for Loews portfolio of 18 hotels and resorts in the United States and Canada.

“As we continue to grow and expand our global presence, Anthony’s extensive experience and hands-on style will be invaluable to establishing the brand in new markets,” said Felicia Fisher, senior vice president of sales and strategic planning.

Del Gaudio joined Loews in 2001 as director of sales and marketing at the historic Loews Philadelphia, where he oversaw all revenue-producing positions, sales reservations, convention services, marketing and public relations. In addition, he was responsible for the successful launch of SoleFood, the hotel’s seafood restaurant, and the debut of an NBC studio on site. Under his direction, his team of 28 was awarded Loews Hotels’ 2002 Hotel Marketing Team of the Year. In January 2005, Del Gaudio was promoted to regional director of sales and marketing, assuming responsibility for the strategic sales and marketing initiatives of seven Loews properties.

Prior to joining Loews Hotels, Del Gaudio spent 13 years with Hyatt Hotel Corporation, serving in a variety of sales and marketing positions at Hyatt properties throughout Virginia, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Del Gaudio is a graduate of Temple University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications.



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