New manager begins at Hampton Inn in Newcomerstown

| July 15, 2016
Bryan Warther is the new manager at Hampton Inn in Newcomerstown.

Bryan Warther is the new manager at Hampton Inn in Newcomerstown.

NEWCOMERSTOWN – The Hampton Inn in Newcomerstown has a new manager. Bryan Warther began his duties as manager of the hotel on May 31.

“I’m getting to know the area and trying to get a more detailed feel for the Newcomerstown and Coshocton area so that I have knowledge of what customers can see and do when they visit,” said Warther.

Warther grew up in New Philadelphia, Ohio and spent much of his time at the Warther Museum in Dover, Ohio, which was managed by his father. He grew up around tourism as his father used to take him to tourism meetings.

“Every day, I would walk down to the museum,” said Warther. “When I was older, I started giving lobby tours and then tours of the museum.”

Warther has also worked as assistant manager at the New Philadelphia Hampton Inn and for US tours in Parkersburg, W.V. He graduated from West Liberty with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a special interest in hospitality and tourism.

As manager, Warther oversees day-to-day operations and assures that everything is run to the Hilton standards. He also maintains the hotel budget and works with Sally Clark, sales manager, in maintaining current sales and attaining new business.

“I want people to know there’s a new energy here,” said Warther. “We have a young staff who is excited about the changes we are making. We will be updating the building to make it a more modern hotel. We have goals we are trying to meet and we have great expectations for this place. They’re excited to be here at work and they work so well together.”

One thing Warther wants to do is to be more involved in the community and is currently seeking projects in the Newcomerstown and Coshocton area to be involved with.

Another change at the hotel will be completed this fall and will include updating aspects of the hotel for a more modern look. There will be new carpet in the hallway, guest room, and meeting room. The guest room and meeting room will also be equipped with new chairs and have a new modern design.

“This place has a lot of potential,” said Warther. “This area has a lot of potential and to be a part of that growth is exciting.”

The hotel staff is planning an open house this fall after updates have been completed.

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I have been employed at the Coshocton County Beacon since September 2009 as a news reporter and assistant graphic artist. I am a 2004 graduate of Newcomerstown High School and a 2008 graduate of Capital University with a bachelor’s degree in Professional Writing. I am married to John Scott and live in Newcomerstown. We have two beautiful daughters, Amelia Grace Scott and Leanna Rose Scott.

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