SuperClubs Hires New Executive Vice President


SuperClubs Resorts continues to restructure its management following up a move to consolidate management positions by hiring a new executive vice president.

In the debut of our Caribbean newsletter, we told you about the company’s consolidation of senior management positions among SuperClubs’ hotels in Jamaica, specifically Runaway Bay. The latest personnel move at the company is the hiring of Tom Anderson, who will join the staff as executive vice president, sales and marketing.  A seasoned pro in hotel and airline management with in-depth expertise in the Caribbean and Latin America, Anderson was most recently executive vice president with The Continental Group, a Florida-based hospitality and property management firm. His airline experience includes five years as senior vice president and chief marketing officer with Spirit Airlines (2001-2005) and 10 years with Continental Airlines – the last four years as vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean (1998-2001).  Prior to that, he spent seven years in the hotel industry in sales management positions with Four Seasons, Renaissance and Marriott.  Anderson replaces Tom Trotta, who will transition from ILI to in mid-October. Visit

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