Dazzling kings and queens at Marriott’s associate quarter celebration PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 17 May 2013 12:10
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Dazzling tiaras, crowns, robes and evening gowns were a must at Aruba Marriott’s associates celebration themed event “Kings and Queens at the resort’s Grand Ballroom on Tuesday May 14.
On behalf of Marriott’s Executive team, Human Resources Director Barbara Bronswinkel thanked all nominees for their excellent service and dedication. Nominated by their managers and supervisors a group of seven associates were chosen All Star Team based on their excellent performances and going beyond expectations for Marriott’s guests in the first quarter. The winners of the first quarter were: Herley Acosta Herrera - Casino Beverage, Rudolf Dirks – Engineering Ocean Club, Wilma Benjamin – Pavillion, Gloria Geerman Arredondo – Housekeeping, Maria Zuleta Armenta – Kitchen, Rosario Carolina – Bellstand Resort and Dwight Lacle – Systems.

In addition for the first quarter supervisors and managers were recognized for their outstanding contribution to the Marriott. New General Manager of the Surf Club Joop Bangma announced Supervisor Mario van de Werf from Loss Prevention Surf Club as Supervisor of the first Quarter. Mario showed great teamwork and went above and beyond to assist guests. Director of Revenue Strategy Ben Figaroa recognized Ester Maduro Manager of the first Quarter. Ester has been instrumental implementing strategies to run a high occupancy and a revenue increase for the resort in the first quarter.

All nominees received a personalized gift and enjoyed a sumptuous dinner buffet. The party tunes were provided by the band Delicious. The Aruba Marriott congratulates all nominees and winners of the first quarter with their great achievements!
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