Emily Blasco has been selected as leisure sales manager at Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa.
Blasco will manage domestic and international non-Asia wholesale accounts for leisure and group travel to the 22-acre, 519-room oceanfront resort.
“Emily’s enthusiasm and can-do attitude are perfect for this position,” said Lisa Morrill, resort director of sales and marketing. “Her skills make her a welcome asset to the dynamic Sheraton Keauhou Bay sales team.”
Blasco, who is a graduate of the University of Nevada Las Vegas, comes to Sheraton Keauhou Bay from the Fairmont Orchid.
Sheraton Keauhou Bay has added new cultural activities for guests and the public to enjoy including complimentary twice-weekly guided tours of the cultural preserve area adjacent to the resort. The tours enhance guests’ appreciation and understanding of the area’s importance in Hawaiian history.
Other guest activities include lei making, hula and story-telling around a shoreline fire pit while enjoying s’mores. Daily pastimes vary and might also include rubber duckie races down the slide, water volleyball, and arts and crafts.
Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa debuted a new teens-only hangout called Club Lealea (“fun”) with Xbox and Wii games. The resort has also revamped their locally-focused menus to better showcase the island’s bounty.
Keauhou means “new beginnings” and these programming additions along with the addition of Emily Blasco as Leisure Sales Manager are among many exciting changes expected in the coming months.
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Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa: www.SheratonKeauhou.com