Hilton Garden Inn’s Brown Receives Audrey Davenport Award

November 29, 2012

Rich Gilbert, Maryland Office of Tourism; Beverly Brown, Hilton Garden Inn Solomons; Carolyn Laray, St. Mary’s County Tourism; Joyce Stinnett Baki, Calvert County Tourism

On Thursday, November 15, at the Maryland Tour & Travel Summit held at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Beverly Brown was awarded the Audrey Davenport Hospitality Person of the Year Award. This award is named in honor of the Maryland Tourism Council past president , who was legendary for exceptional customer service. The late Audrey Davenport owned the Penwick House in Dunkirk and was instrumental in developing the first tourism offices in Calvert County.

The nomination form states that this honor is awarded to an individual, who has demonstrated outstanding customer service to Maryland visitors. The nominee must have worked in the tourism industry for a minimum of three years and must display consistent outstanding service and a positive image about Maryland and her company.

Beverly Brown works as Director of Sales for the Hilton Garden Inn at Solomons.

2 Responses to Hilton Garden Inn’s Brown Receives Audrey Davenport Award

  1. Joe on November 30, 2012 at 6:09 am

    Congratulations Beverly! This is a great honor and you deserve it!

  2. Gill on November 30, 2012 at 10:00 am

    Awesome, Beverly !!