Stay Furnished Apartments is beyond excited to welcome Kathy Brockway as its Senior Sales Manager. In her new role at Stay, Kathy will utilize her industry experience to nurture the growth of Stays clients and business relationships.
“Kathy is a well-respected sales veteran in this unique industry”, said Scott Remmel, President, Stay Furnished Apartments. “She brings a wealth of knowledge and solutions for temporary housing and the relocation industry. She has an incredible passion for the Hospitality Business, developing relationships with clients through dialogue, collaboration, and being an authentic human being, all while ensuring guest experiences are simply the best ”.
Kathy began her corporate housing career with Oakwood Worldwide in 1997. Throughout her career she has specialized in driving revenue through prospecting and cultivating client relationships, both locally and across the US. Success has been driven by her high energy and desire to form partnerships to ensure success for all team members.
“We’re extremely excited about Kathy joining the Stay team”, said Scott. “We’re also very proud of our local team and that we’ve attracted someone with such experience to help us grow and service our customers as we head into the new year”.
Kathy’s hire comes on the heels of Stay Furnished Apartments winning the Platinum Service Excellence award with Sterling Lexicon Relocation and having constructively evolved during changing times, keeping our gaze focused on the horizon.
About Stay Furnished Apartments
Founded in 2012, Stay Furnished Apartments is a boots-on-the-ground corporate housing provider headquartered in Charlotte, NC. Stay delivers best in class furnished accommodations for business travels and those seeking temporary accommodations.
Recognized by the Industry, Stay Furnished Apartments has won and been nominated multiple times for the Most Creative Marketing award from the Corporate Housing Providers Association. Showcased in South Park Magazine for a penthouse apartment furnished for Micky Rourke that featured a 1969 Italian Harley Davidson as decoration.