Published on : Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Congratulations to Jeff Buczkiewicz , President and CEO of Mason Contractors Association of America, who was the lucky winner of the stunning five-diamond “Bellagio Diamond Necklace” that was given away by Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI) at the ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition in Nashville on August 11, 2014.
Buczkiewicz, who is based in the Greater Chicago Area, is seen here receiving the extraordinary necklace, which was presented to him by (from left): Dan Rush, Vice President of Global Sports and Events Sales at MGM Resorts International; Erica Gordon Hyman, CMP, Director, Global Sales at MGM Resorts International; Laura Arth, ALHI Regional Vice President; and Bill Grusich, ALHI Senior Vice President.
The dazzling necklace was given away by ALHI to a planner at ASAE Annual as a means to spotlight its diamond-studded portfolio of more than 160 Four- and Five-Diamond quality hotels and resorts worldwide which specialize in serving the meetings and incentive marketplace. ALHI’s distinguished portfolio includes Las Vegas’ extraordinary AAA Five-Diamond Bellagio.
“The Five-Diamond necklace is new in 2014 and is designed to spotlight ALHI’s Five-Diamond/Star Members, liked the renowned Bellagio, that are part of ALHI’s Level 5 Collection specialty segment, which now includes a total of 30 fabulous hotels and resorts,” said ALHI CEO David Gabri.
ALHI provides authorized and dedicated Global Sales services and sales support to the meetings and incentive marketplace for its 160+ Four and Five-Diamond quality Member hotels and resorts worldwide. Featuring a worldwide portfolio of over 115,000 rooms and suites and 10 million square feet of meeting space, ALHI provides reliable one-call professional sales assistance and access to its distinctive hotels and resorts for meetings and incentive programs ranging from 10 to more than 6,500 rooms. There is no cost to planners’ organizations to utilize the ALHI Global Sales Organization (GSO) services, expertise, and account advocacy, as its members’ dues fund the GSO to best serve planners with local professionals.