New General Manager Joins Team at Blue Rock Resort in South Yarmouth

Brings more than 14 years of experience in hospitality and food & beverage...
Gina Piscillo, newly-appointed general manager at Blue Rock Resort. (Courtesy photo)

(SOUTH YARMOUTH) – Red Jacket Resorts is pleased to announce that Gina Piscillo has been named the new General Manager at the company’s Blue Rock Resort in South Yarmouth, MA.

Piscillo started her career with the company at Red Jacket Beach Resort in South Yarmouth in May 2014.

She was promoted to the position of Food and Beverage Director at Thirwood Place in South Yarmouth that same year. Thirwood Place, Cape Cod’s premier senior living facility, and Red Jacket Resorts, are both owned by The Davenport Companies.

“She has done an outstanding job for the past 4.5 years and is well thought of by both the residents and the team members at Thirwood,” said Michael Allen, Vice President of Operations at Red Jacket Resorts.

Piscillo has more than 14 years of experience in various Food & Beverage and hospitality roles and is a graduate from Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island.

“Gina has shown a high level of excellence at Thirwood Place, ensuring that residents receive the best dining experience possible,” said Paul Rumul, President of The Davenport Companies.

“Her skill set will be invaluable in maintaining the superior service that guests receive at Blue Rock Resort,” Rumul said.

Piscillo will assume her new role in early July.

“After 5 years at Thirwood Place, I look forward to expanding my career with The Davenport Companies and taking on a new challenge at Blue Rock Resort,” said Piscillo.

“My focus will be to continue to provide exceptional service to our guests.”

Nestled among the award-winning Blue Rock Golf Course, the intimate Blue Rock Resort is a lush oasis unlike any other resort on Cape Cod.

The quiet resort overlooks a colorful garden with over 100 varieties of flowers and the rolling greens of an 18-hole, par-3 golf course, named one of the country’s “Top Places to Play” by Golf Digest.


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