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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Opportunity: Buffalo Point First Nation & Development Corporation - Sales and Marketing Manager

Buffalo Point is a successful and innovative First Nations community rich in history and moving towards a very promising future.   With more than 20% annual population growth, it is the fastest growing community in Manitoba and is now among the major economic centres in the province’s south-eastern tourism and hospitality sector.  Located in “Lake of the Woods” on a scenic peninsula bordering the U.S. and Ontario and within 12 kilometres of Warroad, Minnesota, the community is desirable as a resort destination, cottage community and permanent residence attracting visitors and residents from Canada, the U.S. and beyond.

The vision for a world-class destination was born in 1969 and today, the community’s businesses include an 18 hole championship golf course, a 350 slip marina with fishing charters, 195 RV campsites and campground, cottage properties and 75-year lease lots, 24 luxury cabin and suite rentals including time share packages and a conference centre with restaurant, lounge, VLT’s and banquet facilities.  

Committed to continued growth and success, Buffalo Point is seeking an energetic, motivated and talented professional to join their management team in the newly created role of Sales and Marketing Manager.

Reporting to the General Manager, the successful candidate will utilize their passion and skills in sales and marketing to increase visibility of Buffalo Point Resort and its cottage lots and properties to potential guests, visitors and residents. Responsible for developing and implementing marketing and sales strategies into all areas of the resort, with an emphasis on the sale of cottage properties, time share packages and lease lots.  Combined with a track record of success in developing innovative sales and marketing (programs or campaigns) that will help exceed sales targets and build strong relationships.

For more information on this or other opportunities, please contact Deanne Cockell at 204-416-7452 or via email at

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