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Dominic Sherry to return to Asia as Marriott's Regional Vice President, Sales & Marketing

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Marriott International has appointed Dominic Sherry Regional Vice President, Sales & Marketing for the Asia Pacific region, reporting to Geoff Garside, Executive Vice President, Asia Pacific.

Most recently, Mr. Sherry served as Regional Vice President, Sales & Marketing Caribbean & Latin America. Previously based in Asia, he will be returning to Hong Kong with his wife and four children to take up his new position in May 2008.

We are thrilled to congratulate Dominic on his new position and look forward to welcoming him back to Hong Kong. His extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of Sales & Marketing and the Marriott International brands around the world will help drive our performance and extensive growth across the Asia/Pacific region, said Mr. Garside.

In his new role, Mr. Sherry will be responsible for developing the sales and marketing strategy, co-ordinating all sales and marketing activities and assisting with pre-opening initiatives for new Hotels & Resorts across the Asia Pacific Region. This responsibility spans across five lodging brands: JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts, Marriott Hotels & Resorts, Renaissance Hotels & Resorts, Courtyard by Marriott and Marriott Executive Apartments.

Mr. Sherry, originally from New Zealand, has more than twenty five years of experience in the travel and tourism industry. Since joining Marriott International in 1992, he has managed sales and marketing organizations in Europe, Asia/Pacific, USA and Latin America.

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