Charleston Hospitality Group's CEO was recently chosen as a member of the Greater Charleston Restaurant’s Association’s (GCRA) Board of Directors.
“We are thrilled to elect Sam Mustafa to GCRA’s Board of Directors and gratefully welcome his extensive entrepreneurial experience to our team,” Kathy Britzius, executive director of GCRA, said. “We look forward to having him serve as an influential voice within our organization, helping to create a vast array of growth opportunities for Charleston’s award-winning restaurant industry.”
Charleston Hospitality Group was launched by Mustafa in 2008. The company now owns and operates nine businesses in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. In his role with the company, Mustafa is charged with making sure visitors to and residents of Charleston have an array of fine dining and first-class travel options.
GCRA is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit trade organization that represents the largest private sector employer in the tri-county area.
“I feel humbled and honored to be elected to GRCA’s Board of Directors and am eager to assist in decisions related to operational benefits for members,” Mustafa said. “The Charleston area is enjoying unprecedented restaurant acclaim, providing exciting future opportunities for the hospitality industry.”