Chris Cheney, VP of Revenue Management for Stonebridge Companies

Movers and Shakers

Dave Farmer Uncategorized

Originally appeared in Mile High CRE in June, 2018


Hospitality Firm Stonebridge Companies Advance Leadership Team, Promotes Four Team Members

In its corporate office in Denver, Stonebridge Companies has promoted Chris Cheney (pictured above) to its vice president of hotel performance and analytics. In this role, he will be responsible for harnessing data to help Stonebridge’s teams grow both top- and bottom-line performance.

Previously, Cheney served as the vice president of revenue management. With more than 17 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Cheney joined Stonebridge Companies in 2007 as a general manager, growing through several leadership positions and joining the corporate team in 2011. Cheney is also a member of Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI)’s Americas Board of Directors.

Thomas Lloyd (pictured above) has been promoted to general manager of the Boulder Marriott. He previously served as the assistant general manager of Stonebridge’s Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel.

Lloyd graduated from Stonebridge Companies’ Aspiring Leaders program, an advanced training program supporting the development and advancement of team members. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Colorado State University-Pueblo. Lloyd is also a member of the Downtown Denver Partnership’s Leadership Program.

Michael Marchese (pictured above) has been promoted to general manager of Hampton Inn by Hilton – Loveland. He previously served as assistant general manager of Hilton Garden Inn – Denver/Cherry Creek, advancing from his initial role as the property’s food and beverage director.

Bryce Walker (pictured above) has been promoted to general manager of Courtyard by Marriott – Denver/Cherry Creek. He previously served as an assistant general manager at two of Stonebridge’s Denver properties, including helping to open the Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites Downtown Denver Convention Center hotel – the first dual-branded Hilton hotel in Colorado.

Walker earned a Bachelor of Science in business management from Metropolitan State University of Denver.

 

 

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