Camelback Resort, a year-round leisure vacation spot nestled within the Pocono Mountains managed by KSL Resorts, has named David
In line with Package Pappas, vp for KSL Resorts, Makarsky is a seasoned hospitality trade govt with an unlimited vary of trade expertise and is effectively outfitted for his new function.
“David is a real chief with an impressed, enthusiastic administration model and an entrepreneurial spirit. His imaginative and prescient and forward-thinking method will serve him effectively at Camelback as we proceed to offer unprecedented facilities and companies to our friends,” Pappas stated. “With deep information in lots of aspects of the hospitality trade, his a few years of expertise may also be invaluable to the graceful operations and development of Camelback and its many onsite facilities.”
In his new place, Makarsky directs day-to-day operations of the resort’s many adventures – from snowboarding, snowboarding and snowtubing to zip lining, a mountain coaster to award-winning Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark and Pennsylvania’s largest out of doors waterpark, Camelbeach. He additionally oversees visitor experiences for the 453 visitor suites Camelback Lodge and over 15 eating retailers.
Previous to becoming a member of Camelback Resort, Makarsky was chief working officer at Wright Investments, overseeing and driving the efficiency and portfolio of 19 full- and select-service inns. Moreover, he has served as chief working officer at a number of resort corporations, together with Gold Key/PHR Motels and Resorts and Crestline Motels and Resorts in addition to served as senior vp of operations for B.F. Saul Firm Hospitality Group. With a hospitality profession spanning practically 40 years, he started his profession as basic supervisor of The Pier Home, a 300-seat restaurant in Cocoa Seaside, Florida.
An energetic neighborhood chief, Makarsky has served on a number of boards all through his profession, together with the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce, St. Mary of the Mills College, Virginia Seaside Resort Affiliation, Virginia Tech’s Hospitality and Tourism Administration Advisory Council, Tidewater Neighborhood Faculty’s Hospitality Advisory Council and Catholic Charities of West Tennessee.
He holds a Bachelor of Science diploma from Cornell College’s College of Resort Administration.