January 2015

Paul J. Sacco

The Boston CVB Board of Governors elected Paul J. Sacco to a two-year term as chairman of the board. 

Sacco has served on the GBCVB Board since 2010 and is currently president and CEO of the Massachusetts Lodging Association. 

Formerly he served as executive director of the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism, as CEO of Belvedere Hotels Ltd. and as a vice president of regional operations with Omni Hotels, in addition to holding management positions at properties including The Shoreham in Washington, D.C., The Netherland Plaza - Cincinnati and the Omni Parker House Downtown Boston. 

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