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Isaac Myers Named New General Manager
At Historic General Morgan Inn
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. – Isaac Myers has been named the new general manager of the historic General Morgan Inn, effective Aug. 14.
Myers, 29, of Mosheim, has worked at the hotel for the past year as senior accountant. In this role, he also managed the hotel’s human resources department. "We are excited for this promotion and opportunity for Isaac,” said Scott Niswonger, president of Morgan Inn Corporation. "He has demonstrated through his leadership his ability to serve as general manager of Morgan Inn Corporation.”
Myers was born and raised in Greene County, and graduated from West Greene High School. He is a 2015 graduate of East Tennessee State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in accounting.
Myers, who will replace David Arts, previously worked at accounting firms’ Rodefer Moss & Co. and Adams and Plucker. He also co-owns and manages his family’s business, Myers Farms, where he raises beef cattle.
Myers said he is excited for this new opportunity. “Growing up in this area, the General Morgan Inn has been an important part of my life -- from attending special events, proms and even having my wedding there,” Myers said. “Through each visit, I have come to know just what a staple the hotel is to our community. I look forward to making every guest visit as memorable as the ones I’ve experienced there.”
Myers lives on the farm with his wife, Tatum. He is a board member and treasurer with the Mosheim Volunteer Fire Department, where he has volunteered since 2018. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and being outdoors.
He can be reached at the hotel at 423-787-7505.
Photo Credit: K3 Photography TN
About the General Morgan Inn:
The General Morgan Inn offers 50 beautifully detailed rooms, a presidential suite and executive apartment in historic Downtown Greeneville. The hotel boasts Brumley’s, an award-winning restaurant with three distinct dining rooms, and a lounge featuring a wide selection of quality cocktails and a Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiasts’ award-winning wine list. The restaurant is currently open for dinner, Tuesday-Saturday, 5-9 p.m. The hotel also has a Grand Ballroom and Garden Terrace, both popular venues for corporate meetings, retreats and weddings. The hotel, constructed in 1884, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a member of the Historic Hotels of America, the official program for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. For more information on the hotel, located at 111 N. Main St., go to www.generalmorganinn.com or call 423-787-1000.