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Sam Poteet ...
...Sam Poteet, Jr., Vice President of CCMS, started out as the owner of a Dallas-based catering business.
For over two decades, Sam
planned, managed, and hosted corporate activities and special gatherings for clients such as Mercantile Bank
, the Dallas Cowboys, American Airlines and many other Dallas area companies
.After selling his
was asked to step in as interim resident manager at the Island House Condominium
, a gulf-front resort property on North Padre Island.His
efficient professional management skills soon became a benchmark for other resort managers.Bankers and property owners alike not only respect Sam
, but request his
managerial talents, in consulting on properties with which they are associated.As a result of Sam's reputation, he was elected to and served on the Board of Directors of the Corpus Christi Area Convention and Tourist Bureau for nine years.Sam served eight years on the Port Aransas Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and was President for two years.Sam established the Marketing Committee for the Chamber and City of Port Aransas and currently serves as a member of that committee. Currently, Sam is the designated plan administrator for all employee benefit packages.
Negotiating with health and dental providers to obtain the best benefits and services for our employees is a key factor in maintaining a committed work force.He
also procures all advertising and marketing to maximize rental goals within managed property budgets.Sam
and selected staff provide employee training sessions for all departments of operation for all CCMS
In 1979, Charlene teamed up with Sam Poteet
as co-manager of Island House, a gulf-front resort property in Corpus Christi, Texas.
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Corpus Christi Caller - The Texas Department of Transportation had its three-year planning meeting Tuesday to review and update general aviation us thinking ahead about what we'll need 10 or 15 years down the road," said Sam Poteet, a member of the city of Port Aransas