SuperClubs Consolidates Management Positions at Jamaica Resorts

SuperClubs Resorts announced it is consolidating its senior management positions among its hotels in Jamaica, specifically in Runaway Bay and Negril. This restructuring move is aimed at potentially streamlining operations with hopes of creating a more cohesive management network in the region. The transition will not affect day-to-day operations at the resorts.

SuperClubs has 21 hotels open or under development in the Caribbean, Bahamas and Latin America. Kevin Levee, general manager of Hedonism III since its opening in 1999, will expand his supervisory role to include sister property Breezes Runaway Bay, replacing outgoing general manager Cheddy Parchment. Similarly, Grand Lido Negril Resort & Spa general manager, Roberto Pellicia, will now also serve as general manager of neighboring property Hedonism II. Richard Bourke, who was appointed general manager at Hedonism II in 2003, will transfer from Negril and lead the team at Starfish Trelawny, replacing John Moorhead. Visit [www.superclubs.com]. 

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