Bryan Tubaugh Named Director of Group Sales at the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort

(Scottsdale, Arizona) September 2, 2014 – The Radisson Fort McDowell Resort, a AAA Four Diamond desert vacation and meeting destination, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bryan Tubaugh as Director of Group Sales. With more than 14 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, Tubaugh brings extensive sales, analysis and guest service expertise to his new role.

Responsible for overseeing and implementing the property’s sales and marketing plans, Tubaugh will lead a savvy team of sales, catering, golf and conference services managers. In addition, his sales territory will include the association, corporate and HelmsBriscoe markets in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming,

“As our property strategically positions itself for future growth, the Director of Group Sales position will be especially critical in introducing more guests to our spectacular resort and invigorating desert experience,” said Craig Benell, acting general manager of the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort. “We’re thrilled to have Bryan bring his vast experience to our sales team, and look forward to the relationships that he’ll cultivate in his West Coast markets.” 

A consistent sales producer, Tubaugh most recently served as HelmsBriscoe, HPN, Conference Direct and Southwest Market Sales Manager for the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, and as HelmsBriscoe, Arizona and Midwest Market Sales Manager for the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa. In both positions, he managed ancillary revenue streams through customized incentives and was responsible for multi-million-dollar revenue goals.

As Director of Sales for Aloft Tempe, Tubaugh helped open the hotel in February 2009 and was in charge of all Sales and Marketing-related activities, departments and personnel. During his previous tenure at Four Points by Sheraton, he was promoted from Sales Reporting Systems Analyst to Sales Manager, where he handled the Association, Corporate, SMERF, Sports, and Tour and Travel markets. Tubaugh began his hospitality career at the Doubletree Hotel in Tucson, where he held Front Desk, Housekeeping, Reservations and Bellman positions from 2000 to 2005 before joining the Radisson Hotel Downtown as Guest Services Manager.

About the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort

Conveniently located 20 minutes from the airport, the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort ( features 246 contemporary guestrooms and suites designed with Native American traditions, bold Southwestern cuisine at Ahnala Restaurant, luxurious spa treatments and salon services at the Amethyst Spa, and a spacious heated outdoor pool with two whirlpools.  The resort’s proximity to the award-winning courses at We-Ko-Pa Golf Club, gaming and entertainment at Fort McDowell Casino, and the numerous outdoor activities at Fort McDowell Adventures make it the ideal destination for a vacation, business function or special event.


Gail Manginelli

GM & Associates



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