20 Jan Nate Moyer Named District Manager of Minneapolis and Milwaukee
Guest Post by Chris Carsten, Vice President of Operations
The Minneapolis District has always been a sleeping giant in Towne Park just waiting for the right leader to exploit its potential.
I’m happy to report that leader has been found. Please join me in congratulating Nate Moyer on his promotion to District Manager. Nate will be responsible for the growth and profitability of both the Minneapolis & Milwaukee markets. Towne Park the only company Nate has known.
He began his Towne Park career in Philadelphia as a GSA back in 2004, shortly after graduating high school. His leadership abilities were quickly recognized, launching his meteoric rise through the Philadelphia District. His development of associates and ability to build client relationships led him to Account Manager positions at the Courtyard, Residence Inn the Philadelphia Four Seasons and Le Méridien Philadelphia, opening the latter two properties. During Nate’s tenure at the Four Seasons and Le Meridian, he met or exceeded five diamond standards four separate years. From there, he took on an even bigger challenge taking over leadership at The Rittenhouse. After a stop at Loews he returned to The Rittenhouse, a property that has had a notorious tough time with claims.
Nate’s return to the Rittenhouse immediately made a tremendous impact on claims performance, reducing claims from 6/month the first half of the year to 2/month the second half of the year. Nate embodies the Towne Park Culture as evidenced by his serving on Task Force in FOUR separate cities (Atlanta, Cincinnati, Birmingham, and most recently Minneapolis).
Outside of work, Nate enjoys spending time with his wife Beth, their 19 month old daughter Theresa and old English Sheep Dog Harry. Being a native of central Pennsylvania, Nate is a big Philadelphia Eagles fan and is the self-proscribed Mid-Atlantic Region HORSE Champion.
The Midwest Region is humbled and honored to have Nate join our senior leadership team and we look for the Minneapolis District to quickly grow and prosper under his leadership.