The Club at New Seabury Names Adam Green Director of Operations -Food & Beverage
Mashpee, MA – The Club at New Seabury has announced Adam Green as its new Director of Operations – Food & Beverage.
A seasoned hospitality professional with over 20 years of leadership experience, Green, in this newly designed role at the Club at New Seabury, will be responsible for the overall management of all front of house food and beverage operations of the Club (95 Shore, The Lure, Popponesset Inn, The Athletic Club Café and The Sand Wedge Bistro) as well as the oversight of the execution of club events and private functions. Green will also oversee management and operations of events, banquets, culinary, stewarding, purchasing, catering, and catering sales.
“Adam brings a new level of leadership within Food & Beverage we have never had before,” said Chris Card, President of The Club at New Seabury. “He is a proven, strategic and innovative Food & Beverage leader with hands-on experience who is committed to delivering unsurpassed member and staff engagement and satisfaction. His knowledge of the industry, his familiarity of the Cape and his understanding of our Club’s mission, make him a welcome addition. With Adam’s leadership we are eager to build on the momentum of our newly restored and renovated property.”
Green most recently served as the Director of Food and Beverage Operations for Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club in Brewster, MA (on Cape Cod). He began his career in management at the Doubletree Guest Suites in Waltham MA and worked for Hilton Worldwide for 16 years being promoted from an Assistant Restaurant Manager, Assistant Director of Food and Beverage and a Director of Food and Beverage. He’s worked in various parts of the country including Atlanta, New Orleans and the DC area. In 2014 he was awarded the Excellence in Food and Beverage Award for Hilton Americas and in 2015 was on the team at the Hilton McLean when awarded Hotel of the Year for Hilton Americas.
Green has managed multiple AAA and Four-Diamond properties and other venues ranging from 275 to 1,700 rooms and in destination properties with annual food and beverage revenues of up to $53 million. He graduated Canadore College (North Bay, Ontario) as a student in their hospitality program and also attended Southern New Hampshire University where he obtained his Degree in Hospitality.
“The Club at New Seabury is truly a world class property with an abundance of food and beverage venues that take hospitality to a level unseen on Cape Cod,” said Green. “The history and success of the Poppy (Popponesset Inn) and the new 95 Shore are among the best dining venues on Cape Cod and New Seabury’s management is committed to excellence and making this a winning environment where all can prosper. I look forward to collaborating with a team of proven professionals to ensure we deliver a member experience that is unsurpassed in the hospitality industry on the Cape.”
The Club of New Seabury is a premier Private Golf Community, boasting resort amenities with spectacular views of the iconic Nantucket Sound. Membership at New Seabury provides a Cape Cod vacation lifestyle. With two championship waterfront golf courses, full-service club house, five restaurants, two beach clubs and beach bars, state-of-the-art fitness facility, sixteen tennis courts, pools, walking trails & more, your experiences with family and friends will provide you memories to last a lifetime. Resort guests will enjoy a taste of the New Seabury lifestyle in our newly renovated guest accommodations, while future home owners will find unique neighborhoods set amidst the country club setting. For more information visit: https://www.newseabury.com or call 508-539-8322.
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