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LASxpress, providing airport ground transportation for groups, names Marty Gross Vice President of Operations and Chris Stuart Vice President of Sales

LASxpress, providing airport ground transportation for groups, names Marty Gross Vice President of Operations and Chris Stuart Vice President of Sales 

Gross and Stuart bring extensive hospitality experience to Las Vegas-based company

 LASxpress, an airport transportation service within the Las Vegas resort corridor, offering a cost-effective transportation solution for meeting planners, destination management companies and corporations, has named Marty Gross as Vice President of Operations and Christopher Stuart as Vice President of Sales. Gross, in his position as Vice President of Operations, will be responsible for overseeing operations, systems and logistics, vendor relations and financial aspects. Stuart, as Vice President of Sales, will build the sales team and oversee the objectives of sales goals, plans and strategies, as well as develop and maintain client, vendor, hotel and meeting planner relationships.

“Both Marty and Chris have years of extensive experience and successful track records in the hospitality and casino industry. I am extremely excited to have them join our company,” stated Ryan Gangwish, LASxpress’ Managing Partner. “Clients of LASxpress can expect a high level of service from both Marty and Chris as we move forward with our company. With an overwhelming response, we are pleased that meeting and event planners are embracing our new and unique transportation service never offered before in Las Vegas. “

Marty Gross, Vice President of Operations
Marty Gross is a highly experienced executive, who has been in the hotel, casino and hospitality industry for many years. He has a proven background with key management experience in various markets including Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe, California and Arizona. Gross has held key executive positions in the Las Vegas market and has served as Vice President and General Manager of Cannery Casino Resorts, as well as Vice President of Development during the construction of The M Resort in Las Vegas. Gross also held the position of Director of Operations Development with Station Casinos during the opening of Red Rock Resort Las Vegas. He also was the CEO for the Quechan Casino & Resort in California, where he led the opening of a new $300 million resort. He has held key executive gaming licenses in Nevada, California and Arizona, and has served as a board member of the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas. He is a graduate of the William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Christopher Stuart, Vice President of Sales
Christopher Stuart has more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, accumulating his knowledge of the industry with some of the most respected brands in the industry including Caesars Palace, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and Pure Management Group. In each phase of in his career, Stuart has developed organized sales infrastructures and implemented cutting-edge strategies, which has led to tremendous growth in revenues and profitability. A native of Montana and a graduate from the University of Montana, Stuart has resided in Las Vegas for the past 22 years.

About LASxpress
LASxpress is a one-stop service for group airport ground transportation. With an experienced, professional staff, LASxpress is the easiest and most cost effective guaranteed 1st stop share ride airport transportation service for groups between McCarran International Airport (LAS) and your Las Vegas hotel. Safe and courteous drivers, comfortable vehicles and affordable fares ensure a stress-free experience to and from your hotel.

LASxpress’ senior management team represents years of combined experience in the travel and hospitality industry with an unparalleled knowledge of the transportation marketplace. The LASxpress team is able to deliver superior service to all our clients and passengers. For more information, visit www.lasxpress.com.

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