Turtle Bay Resort, a cherished retreat situated on the North Shore of Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi, recently marked its 50th anniversary and has revealed a remarkable transformation of its property. This renovation is deeply rooted in the resort’s dedication to preserving the local culture and the land through sustainable initiatives. In an opportune move, the resort has chosen to collaborate with MMGY Global, and both parties are poised to combine their strengths to achieve exceptional outcomes.
Katie Briscoe, the CEO of MMGY Global, expressed her honor at being selected as the agency of record for Turtle Bay Resort. She stated that the resort’s commitment to offering exceptional travel experiences on the incomparable North Shore perfectly aligns with MMGY Global’s values and expertise in the hospitality industry. They are thrilled to bring their strategic and creative thinking to promote Turtle Bay Resort as a highly sought-after waterfront escape.
Robert Marusi, the Chief Commercial Officer of Turtle Bay Resort, conveyed his excitement about the partnership, emphasizing that both entities are dedicated to providing extraordinary experiences to guests. He is confident that their collaboration will result in a synergistic approach to showcase the resort’s stunning property and highlight the North Shore’s natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.
With MMGY Global’s strategic vision and track record in the travel industry, Turtle Bay Resort is set to reach new heights and enchant discerning travelers seeking an unparalleled getaway experience.
MMGY Global is a leading integrated marketing firm specializing in the travel, hospitality, and entertainment industries. Through its operating brands, including MMGY and MMGY Wagstaff, the award-winning organization maintains a global communications practice in all marketing channels, serving numerous premier travel and tourism brands. The company is devoted to promoting travel as a cultural bridge of understanding, aiming to create a connected, inclusive, and peaceful world.
Turtle Bay Resort, situated on O‘ahu’s North Shore renowned for legendary surf, spans 1,300 acres with five miles of unspoiled coastline and seven beaches.