Sunriver Resort welcomes two new managers
Mar 16,2007 00:00 by Bend_Weekly_News_Sources

Kelly Huber and Todd Wells join the conventions and group sales team

(SUNRIVER, Oregon) Sunriver Resort, a Destination Hotels & Resorts property, has ushered in spring with two new appointments in the convention services department and group sales, as Kelly Huber is a new convention services manager while Todd Wells has been named director of corporate sales.


Todd Wells, Kelly Huber join Sunriver Resort 

Huber, a native Californian, previously spent six years with Seascape Resort in Santa Cruz, Calif.  She gained experience in the banquet department, wedding department and finally convention services.  Huber is a ’99 graduate from University of California, San Diego; she and her husband moved to Central Oregon last fall.

Wells comes to Sunriver Resort with twelve years experience in hospitality sales and convention management.  Most recently he served as director of national sales for The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo. from 2003-2007.  Wells is a ’92 graduate of Oregon State University.  He and his wife, have two young children.

Sunriver Resort, a Destination Hotels & Resorts property with over 44,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor meeting and banquet space and located 15 miles south of Bend in Central Oregon, boasts the largest resort conference facility in the Northwest.  The resort earned the “Best of the West Award” from Meetings West magazine in 2005, and is a perennial AAA Four-Diamond award winning property. The Heart & Soul of the Great Northwest, Sunriver Resort is a year-round outdoor enthusiast’s dream with 54 holes of championship golf, 28 tennis courts, 35 miles of paved bike paths, three swimming complexes, horseback riding, canoeing and kayaking from the property’s marina, fly fishing, skiing and snowboarding at Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Plus, there’s the resort’s Sage Springs Spa, first-class programs for youths and teens, a nearby shopping village and nature center.