Marketplace – April 16

Hampton Inn Seymour earns top honors

The Hampton Inn Seymour for the second time has received the Lighthouse Award, which is presented to the top 5 percent of Hampton Inns in the Americas.

Winners are selected through guest surveys and the Hilton Quality Assurance Inspection scores.

The Hampton Inn Seymour is owned and operated by Janeen M. Sprague and Sprague Hotel Developers of Columbus, which operates hotels in central and southern Indiana. General manager of the Seymour hotel is Cabel Hall.

Orchestra names vice president of development

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra recently named Joshua B. Lee as its new vice president of development. Lee currently serves as the executive associate director of major and advanced gifts for the Indiana University School of Medicine. He will begin his new role with the ISO May 1.

As the vice president of development, Lee will lead the ISO’s fundraising efforts including annual fund, planned giving and endowment fundraising.

A graduate of the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Lee also gained experience in the financial field as an executor, guardian and trustee for estate settlement at National City Bank.

Lee’s family operates Lee’s Orchard, a produce farm in Columbus.

Toyota Material Handling announces changes

Toyota Material Handling USA announces several organizational changes to its marketing leadership team.

The following additions and promotions were made recently:

  • Steve Tadd assumed the role of director of marketing and information technology
  • Steve Rosenberg was named national marketing manager, North America
  • Nicholaus Ostergaard took on the new position of marketing systems & eCommerce manager
  • Sarah Nolting was promoted to assistant manager of marketing projects.

Toyota Material Handling USA has a Columbus location at 5559 Inwood Drive.