Chattanooga Marriott Downtown Hotel Employees Honored For Reaching Milestone Years

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Shaner Hotels and Marriott International celebrate the long-term commitment of three employees at the Chattanooga Marriott Downtown Hotel in Chattanooga, Tennessee: Mary Childress, Linda Pate, and Janice Morgan.  Each has dedicated 25 years of service to the hotel, earning them the Marriott 25-Year Award for reaching this notable milestone. 

These celebrated employees are managers and supervisors at the Chattanooga hotel, overseeing the overall operation of the hotel establishment, including management of the hotel staff, guest concerns, public relations, budgeting and many additional duties. 

“It is a pleasure to celebrate this milestone with Mary, Janice, and Linda,” said Tom Underwood, general manager of the Chattanooga Marriott Downtown.  “They have served our Chattanooga Marriott guests for 25 years and continue to bring the same energy and passion for guest service today that they have for so many years.  This is a remarkable accomplishment and we are honored to have them on our team and to work side by side with them on a daily basis.”

Marriott International takes great pride in its long-term associates and values their dedication to the company and its customers.  The Length of Service Awards Program recognizes Marriott International, Inc. associates for their years of service at 5-year intervals. This recognition includes a gift and a printed certificate.  At 25 years of service, associates become members of Marriott's Quarter Century Club, which includes complimentary rooms at participating Marriott properties.

In addition to receiving the Marriott 25-year Award, Ms. Morgan was the Associate of the Month for October at the Chattanooga Marriott Downtown Hotel.  

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