Deanna Crossman, founder of two luxury boutique hotels in the Triangle, has been recognized with the Triangle Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award. The 40 Under 40 awards recognize outstanding professionals under the age of 40 for their contributions to their organizations and to the community.
Durham, NC, April 26, 2015 –(PR.com)– Deanna Crossman, founder of two luxury boutique hotels in the Triangle, has been recognized with the Triangle Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award. The 40 Under 40 awards recognize outstanding professionals under the age of 40 for their contributions to their organizations and to the community.
Before founding The King’s Daughters Inn in 2008, Deanna restored and renovated 34 historic homes in Durham’s Walltown area. Today, her portfolio includes 14 homes just outside of Downtown Durham. Deanna is currently building The Mayton Inn, a 45 room full-service boutique hotel, complete with a restaurant featuring fine southern cuisine, a bar offering high touch cocktails, and a spa with all of the luxurious amenities one can imagine for a dream home away from home. The reputation and level of service the King’s Daughters Inn provides to Durham will equally illuminate Cary’s thriving downtown ascension with the addition of The Mayton Inn.
While working tirelessly on these projects, Deanna has held a multitude of leadership roles, including mentoring science and math students, sitting on the board of the Durham County Visitor’s Bureau, serving on the Durham Inter-Neighborhood Council and partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Durham for fundraiser efforts. After being such an active member of the Durham community for so many years, Deanna is looking forward to becoming an integral part of Cary’s downtown revitalization. She will bring her knowledge and experience from participating in Durham’s thriving business culture to help bolster Cary’s growth.
“I’m honored to have been recognized with this prestigious award from the TBJ. I’m passionate about improving where I work and live, as well as helping my team develop both personally and professionally,” said Crossman. “I’m really looking forward to bringing my energy and enthusiasm to downtown Cary.”
About The King’s Daughters Inn
With funds donated by the Duke family in the 1920s, the King’s Daughters of Durham built this grand house to care for single elderly women. Although it closed in 2006, this piece of Durham’s history has been reborn as a 17-room boutique inn in the heart of Durham, North Carolina. Each guest can enjoy afternoon tea, nightly turn down service with port and chocolates and a full, hot breakfast in the morning. To learn more about the hotel or to book a reservation, visit http://www.thekingsdaughtersinn.com.
About The Mayton Inn
The Mayton Inn will be opening in Downtown Cary in the fall of 2015. The Mayton will be a 45 room luxury boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Cary. The Georgian-style hotel will encompass an elegant atmosphere along with green technologies in all aspects of the new construction building. While the top two floors will consist of 33 spacious rooms and 11 deluxe suites, the first floor will boast more than 13,000 sq. ft., with a lounge, full bar & restaurant, as well as event spaces and a covered terrace. A high tech gym facility and spa rooms will be on the ground floor and available for guest use. To learn more about the hotel, visit http://www.themaytoninn.com.
The King’s Daughters Inn
919 354 7000
The Mayton Inn is a sister property to the King’s Daughters Inn