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Treetops Resort is Celebrating the Return of Gabe Bober as Food & Beverage Director

Michigan Business Network
August 14, 2020 1:00 PM


GAYLORD, MICHIGAN – Treetops Resort, ‘Michigan’s Most Spectacular Resort’ has recently announced the return of Food and Beverage Director Gabe Bober who took a hiatus from the resort and spent time further honing his skills while working for Sysco Foods. In Gabe’s director role he will be overseeing all aspects of the Food & Beverage operation which includes a dozen different outlets serving guests from quick fare and beverages  for golfer and skiers to full menu restaurants including Legends, Hunter’s
Grille, and maybe the most notable location, The Sports Bar.

“We are thrilled with Gabe’s return to this critical position. Gabe has spent over 20 years coming up through the ranks within the Treetops food and beverage department. He understands the necessity of providing an exceptional experience to every guest dining with us whether it’s picnic fare, our famous Sports Bar pizza or an elevated dining experience filled with the freshest of ingredients,” said General Manager Barry Owens. Our team couldn’t be happier to have Gabe back. We know that today’s challenge is to make certain that our establishments are safe yet exciting and with Gabe’s commitment and creativity, he will ensure a spectacular experience for everyone,” Owens went on to say.

During Gabe’s previous tenure as Food & Beverage Director he brought new benchmarks and standards and he implemented new menus and seasonal offerings. He will be instrumental in continuing and further developing the year-round dining culture at Treetops Resort. Gabe will oversee over 100 employees and nearly 100,000 guest experiences each year.

“I’m looking forward to getting back to business at Treetops. I can’t wait to create new ways to enjoy food and drink on property in these new times of social distancing and safe dining. Additionally, I am eager to create new culinary fare and events adding to our Culinary Adventure Series that currently includes Skiable Feasts in the winter, Wilderness Sleigh Ride Dinners, and an outdoor Progressive Dinner series coming up this fall,” said Gabe Bober, Food & Beverage Director. “I started working in the kitchen at Treetops when I was a teenager, I wandered throughout a white linen dining room as a bus boy, then I bartended, waited tables, organized and purchased inventory, all necessary experiences to become a successful Food & Beverage Director,” Gabe went on to say. Treetops Resort continues to keep its promise to provide exceptional service and dining options for guests each time they visit. Guests will find there is something on their menu for every pallet to enjoy.

About Treetops Resort
Treetops Resort is Michigan’s premier golf and winter playground destination. Treetops Resort arguably has the best collection of golf courses in the Midwest, boasting 81 holes of golf on spectacular terrain totaling five award-winning courses inspired and professionally designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Tom Fazio and Rick Smith. Treetops Resort is also proudly recognized as having the #1 Par 3 Course in North America: Threetops. Treetops Resort’s winter playground boasts 80 acres of terrain, 23 downhill ski runs, plus over 30 activities on and off the slopes, including its signature Culinary Adventure Series that features progressive seasonal dinners; a Skiable Feast and Wilderness Sleigh Ride Dinner series in the winter months.

Treetops Resort is conveniently located on I-75 north just three hours north of Detroit and within one hour of the Straights of Mackinac.

To reserve a Treetops Getaway, visit www.treetops.com or call (888) Treetops.

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