New Hanover Hotel Chooses Top Leader

For Immediate Release

Hanover, NH June 7, 2010 — Sean Riley, Chief Operating Officer for Maine Course Hospitality Group, recently announced the selection of Don Bruce as the General Manager of the new Six South Street Hotel in Hanover, NH. Most recently, Mr. Bruce was with Hart hotels where he opened and operated the Hawthorne Suites in Burlington, VT. This 25-year hospitality veteran has worked in various Sales and Management positions including leading brands such as Hilton Hotels as well as independent hotels.Riley explains, “Don is the perfect candidate for Six South Street Hotel. He is a seasoned veteran who has proven himself as a great leader with his associates and within the communities in which he has worked.” “I am excited to be part of the Hanover/Dartmouth community. We’ve begun developing relationships with a number of the departments at Dartmouth and look forward to serving them.” says Mr. Bruce. He explains, “Introducing this boutique hotel in downtown Hanover will give alumni and parents just another option to the great lodging facilities already in town.”

The Six South Street Hotel, with its 69 rooms, is expected to open late this year. This Uptown hotel in Downtown Hanover is just 2 blocks from Dartmouth Green and The Hop. This boutique style hotel features a restaurant and lounge, library with media booths, high speed wireless internet, valet parking, 37 inch HD TV’s and a rather edgy design. There are also 10 restaurants within walking distance to the hotel. www.sixsouth.com

The Freeport-based Maine Course Hospitality Group (www.mchg.com) also owns and operates hotels and restaurants throughout New England under such brands as Marriott International, Hilton Hotels and Best Western. MCHG added two new hotels in New Hampshire last year; The Fairfield Inn & Suites in Exeter and the TownePlace Suites in Gilford.

For Corporate or Group information, contact Don Bruce Donald.Bruce@sixsouth.com

Contact:
Sean Riley
207-865-6105 Ext 105
sean@mchg.com
www.mchg.com

Sean RileyNew Hanover Hotel Chooses Top Leader