Appointed Managing Director
At Ocean Club Management Ltd. and Ocean Club Resorts in Providenciales , Turks and Caicos Islands

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Wilbert Mason

Tom Lewis, CEO of Ocean Club Resorts, two sister destinations each located on the award-winning Grace Bay Beach, has announced today the new appointment of Wilbert Mason as Managing Director for Ocean Club Management Ltd. and Ocean Club Resorts. Wilbert, a Certified Hospitality Administrator (CHA), holds a Master’s Certificate in Food and Beverage Management and Revenue Management along with a certificate in Digital Marketing from Cornell University. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Hospitality from Utah Valley University, and a Master of Business Administration from Regis University.

Having held a wide range of managerial and marketing positions in leading resorts throughout the Caribbean for the past 18 years, Mason will bring his expertise in guest relations and creative brand-awareness initiatives to the Ocean Club Resorts team. His unique understanding of the hospitality industry, with substantial Caribbean island experiences, will enable Mason to lead the resort and rental management team into an even more successful year of revenue stream and brand recognition.

In his previous role as General Manager at The Landings in St. Lucia, Mason played an integral role in the resort’s increased revenue stream as well as assisting the resort in being recognized by international awards, including Conde Nast, Expedia and Luxury Travel Guide. Some of the additional resorts that were able to see spans of financial and brand development successes through Mason’s management/marketing strategies include, Peter Island Resort, Regent Palms Sandy Lane, Spice Island Resort and Spa and Palm Island Resort.

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