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Shield of Honour Appreciation for Radisson Blu Resort Sharjah employee

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Mohammad Saade, Meetings and Events Manager at Radisson Blu Resort Sharjah have been awarded the Shield of Honor by the group of Doctors who attended the Baghdad Medical University reunion of class 1976, hosted by the hotel.

This recognition honours Saade’s cooperation and attitude, marking a memorable experience for the doctors from different parts of the world who attended the reunion.

Saade joined Radisson Blu Resort Sharjah in 2010 as a restaurant manager and was later promoted to meetings and events manager. Over the years, he has made a positive impression on guests by his cheerful attitude and pleasant personality which has contributed to the reputation of the hotel.

“Saade deserves this honour and we are very proud of him for the fact that his achievements are also formally recognised outside our organisation. We take this opportunity also to thank the 1976 batch of Baghdad Medical University, “said Khamis Kazzaz, General Manager of Radisson Blu Resort Sharjah.
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