Industry Veterans Join SuperClubs

International Lifestyles, Inc., the U.S. base of sales, marketing and call center operations for SuperClubs Resorts, has reported three changes to its upper-level staff, including the appointment of Club Med's former Senior Vice President of Sales, Paula Hayes, as senior vice president of retail sales and corporate incentives, and hotel and airline veteran Tom Anderson as executive vice president of sales and marketing. Hayes, who is returning to the company, replaces Bryan Drew. Anderson, who previously served in executive positions with Four Seasons and Continental Airlines, replaces Tom Trotta, who is moving to Princeline.com in mid-October. Finally, Gwenn Feliciano, International Lifestyles, Inc.'s longtime director of wholesale sales, has been promoted to vice president of wholesale sales. Visit [www.superclubs.com].

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