A seasoned hospitality administration veteran has been named the new chief operating officer for Lake Lanier Islands in Buford.
Bradley Anderholm, whose background includes more than 30 years of experience in finance, hospitality administration and food and beverage management, will oversee operations including accommodations, dining establishments, recreational activities, event venues and more.
Prior to joining Lake Lanier Islands, Anderholm served as food and beverage director at Callaway Gardens Resort and as chief financial officer and director of operations at the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group.
Islands Management Company Chairman of the Board Virgil Williams believe Anderholm will contribute to the continued enrichment of the resort's offerings.
“Bradley’s depth and breadth of experience in this industry will undoubtedly serve as an asset to the Islands. We are excited to have such a creative individual bring a new dynamic to our already outstanding executive team. With Bradley’s vision and expertise, we are gearing up for a remarkable season ahead,” Williams said in a released statement.
Anderholm said he is honored to join the Lake Lanier Islands Resorts team.
“The Williams Family and the terrific management staff they’ve assembled have worked diligently to create a top-notch resort destination in the South. I know I was pleasantly surprised by all of the positive changes that have taken place here in the years since I last visited Lake Lanier Islands with my own family – back in the days when it was more of a state park and less of a world-class vacation spot," Anderholm said. "As word continues to spread about the Islands and its many offerings, I will play a vital role in ensuring that every guest’s experience – whether traveling on business, vacationing with family, or celebrating a life event like a wedding or family reunion – is a positive one."
For more information about the resort, visit the Lake Lanier Islands website.
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