Paris' Four Seasons Gets New Director of Sales & Marketing

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Four Seasons Hotel George V has promoted Francisco Garcia to Director of Sales and Marketing.

Garcia began his career in Spain and soon began traveling across countries and continents. He joined Four Seasons in 2000 in London in the rooms division before moving to Dublin as reception night manager. He continued his career in Houston in the reservations department, where he was successively promoted to Reservations Manager and Director of Revenue. He then became Regional Director of Revenue, where he worked with almost 25 Four Seasons hotels.

He returned on the "old continent" in 2007, where he joined Four Seasons George V as Director of Revenue and became, in January 2010, Director of Sales.

A graduate of the hotel management program at Cornell University, Garcia has a French mother and Spanish father, and speaks three languages fluently.

For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com/paris.

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