GREENVILLE, SC - To continue providing remarkable event quality and service, the Upstate’s leading hospitality company has promoted four employees.
Krista McFarland has been promoted to Director of Talent & Culture. In this role, McFarland will oversee the employment success of High Spirits Hospitality 150 plus employees while managing a department of six direct reports.
Nicole Camacho will be taking on the brand new position of Chief of Staff. Camacho will be the CEO’s right hand, collaborating between High Spirit’s divisions, making decisions, and steering key projects.
Along with the two promotions to the leadership team, High Spirits also elevated Alie Rounds to Venue Sales Representative and Sarah Wilson to Staffing Manager.
“We are super proud of these four,” said Tammy Johnson, CEO and President of High Spirits Hospitality. “If you didn’t think growth like this is possible in a small company, this is a great example of what can be accomplished.”
About High Spirits Hospitality
High Spirits Hospitality is the parent company of five independent brand companies: Liquid Catering, Events at Judson Mill, Bravo1 Protection, The 405, and High Spirits Events. What started as a small bartending service has grown into a thriving South Carolina-based company with more than 150 employees, more than 35,000 square feet of real estate, and scores of awards and accolades. High Spirits Hospitality is a 100% woman-owned business with the single vision of being the go-to provider for event and security services. Learn more at www.highspiritshospitality.com.
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