Quincy named as dual general manager over two hotels, Scott as dual sales director – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

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Jeromi Quincy

Jeromi Quincy hasbeen named the dual general manager of Tru by Hilton Wilmington Wrightsville Beach and Hotel Lela, a Tapestry Collection, according to a news release from McKibbon Hospitality.

“Quincy is a well-established hospitality manager within the Wilmington community. He joins the McKibbon team from Homecourt Hospitality Management, where he served as general manager across three different properties, including DoubleTree by Hilton, Homewood Suites by Hilton and Holiday Inn, an IHG Property. Under his leadership, the operations achieved outstanding quality assurance scores across all three properties,” the release stated.
Michael Hickerson, McKibbon’s regional vice president of operations, stated in the release, “We are excited to welcome Jeromi Quincy, an experienced hospitality leader who is well established in the Wilmington market, to the McKibbon team. His well-versed managerial experience and leadership skills lead to an easy decision to appoint Quincy as the Dual General Manager for the openings of Hotel Lela and Tru by Hilton Wilmington Wrightsville Beach in the coming months.”

This appointment comes just after the recent naming of longtime Wilmington sales leader, Rebecca Scott, as dual director of sales, responsible for total revenue generation for both properties, the release stated. She joined the McKibbon team from Crown Hotel and Travel Management where she served as area director of sales, responsible for maximizing revenue for two properties: Hampton Inn Sneads Ferry and Fairfield Inn & Suites Dunn.

Hotel Lela, a Tapestry Collection by Hilton and Tru by Hilton Wilmington Wrightsville Beach are primed to bring a combined 204 new guestrooms to the area. The properties are owned by High Point-based CN Hotels, and Tampa-based McKibbon Hospitality has been tasked with operating them.

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