Altamer Resort on Anguilla Names Marie Walker Marketing and Sales Manager

Real estate mogul and art patron Francis Greenburger has tapped Marie Walker of Turnstyle Marketing for sales and marketing at Altamer, his recently renovated exclusive resort compound in Anguilla.

Walker, a Caribbean national widely known and respected in the industry, brings 30 years of marketing experience in the islands to Greenburger’s three beachside villas.

Like many private villas in the Caribbean, Altamer caters to celebrities, movie stars and international private jet-setters.

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“Having recently visited Altamer, arguably one of the Caribbean’s finest addresses, I am excited by the stunning changes Francis has made since purchasing this amazing property in 2014,” said Walker in a written release. “And to have Carl Irish, Altamer’s long-time general manager, taking care of your every need and request makes all the difference in a world of choices.”

Walker will market and sell the 12,000-square-foot villas to travel agents and discerning travelers. She will work alongside Irish, who was recently named 2016 Hotelier of the Year by the Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Association.

Walker is well up to the task of marketing Altamer having promoted villas in Anguilla, Barbados, Jamaica, St. Lucia and Turks and Caicos, as well as having served as the director of North America, for the Anguilla Tourist Board.  

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