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Rick Tanner

Marketing and Development

Fireball Properties LLC

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Background Information

Employment History

General Manager

Condominium Association , Inc.


General Manager

Honua Kai Resort & Spa


General Manager

The Whaler Resort


Executive Director

Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center


Web References(23 Total References)


Dalton Trade Center

www.nwgtcc.com [cached]

Rick TannerExecutive DirectorPhone: (706) 272-7676 or (800) 824-7469 Direct: (706) 281-1288


www.lahainanews.com

KAANAPALI - Honua Kai Condominium Association Inc. announced the appointment of veteran hotelier and Association Manager Rick Tanner as its new general manager.
With over 20 years of hospitality and resort operations management experience, Tanner was most recently general manager at the 359-suite Whaler on Kaanapali Beach for more than five years. Prior to working on Maui, he served as executive director of the Northwest Georgia Convention Center. Tanner began his career in destination resorts with the Ritz-Carlton Aspen, Colorado. He currently serves Maui County as chair of the Board of Variances and Appeals and the State of Hawaii as a foster resource family.


Gentle Giants

www.theensign.org [cached]

In August 2010, my husband, Rick, and I spent the night aboard Footprints, our 37-foot Irwin sailboat so we could get an early start.
The next day, we rose before dawn and were under way by 0600. I asked Rick not to raise the sails. I was dozing when Rick yelled, "Sharon get up. In the three years Rick and I had been ocean sailing, this was only the third time I'd seen a whale. The whale submerged and reappeared several seconds later, not in a remote location but directly in front of the bow. "We're going to hit it," I said. Rick said it would pass by. Again, the whale submerged and reappeared in front of the bow. I wanted to change course, but Rick assured me that we would be fine. The whale repeated the pattern several times, always reappearing directly in front of the bow. Finally, I yelled, "We're going to hit it!" Realizing that I was right this time, Rick put Footprints in reverse, slowing our forward speed. Rick promised never to let a whale remain in front of our bow again. Later that morning, we tied up to a buoy close to Avalon. Rick hailed a water taxi to transfer the boys and their gear to the boat. I had lunch ready when they climbed aboard. Afterward, we began the journey home. The boys retired below, leaving Rick and me alone in the cockpit. During the last third of the trip, we spotted a couple of whales in the distance. One of the boys came up to see, but the whales disappeared beneath the blanket of water before he got a glimpse. The following Saturday, Rick and I left the harbor around 0800 to head to Marina del Rey for a couple of days. Sharon and Rick Tanner are members of Alamitos Sail & Power Squadron.


ezy-homebased-business.com

Daily Citizen-News - The Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center could see its lowest operating loss ever this year, says executive director Rick Tanner.
Tanner told trade center board members on Wednesday that, based on numbers through April, the trade center is


www.northwestgeorgia.com

Former executive director Rick Tanner resigned in March.


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