Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Golden Lamb Hires New GM

Middletown resident, Tyrone Borger, has been appointed General Manager of the Golden Lamb Restaurant and Inn.

Borger began his rise to general manager nearly four years ago while working his way through law school. Mr. Borger holds two degrees from Miami University in Oxford, a B.S. in General Business and a B.A. in History, as well as a Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton's School of Law.

"After passing the Ohio Bar, I had to decide what direction I was going to take my career. When it came down to making a decision, The Golden Lamb made me an offer I could not refuse," said Borger. "It was the right fit for me and my family."
For Stevens Hospitality, proprietors of The Golden Lamb, the feeling was mutual.

“Over the last four years Tyrone has been a wonderful asset to The Golden Lamb. He’s managed the Blackhorse Tavern and has been here every step of the way through our restoration process,” said Steve Mullinger, President of Stevens Hospitality. “We are thrilled to have him managing our staff.”

Outside of work Tyrone is married with two children ages nine and five.

About The Golden Lamb Restaurant and Inn
The Golden Lamb is Ohio’s Oldest Hotel. Located in the center of historic downtown Lebanon, Ohio the four-story property includes The Golden Lamb restaurant, 18 hotel guest rooms, four large public and four private dining rooms. It also houses the Black Horse Tavern and Shaker Village gift shop. The inn became part of the prestigious National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and has played host to 12 presidents as well as American humorist Mark Twain and English novelist Charles Dickens. For additional information visit www.GoldenLamb.com or call (513) 932-5065.

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