Article by The Houston Chronicle
The Signorelli Company, a real estate developer in Texas and Oklahoma, has hired Terry Munoz as vice president of Recreational Properties. Munoz has more than 30 years of experience in the outdoor hospitality industry, developing and managing upscale RV parks and resorts in the recreational industry. His most recent position was that of regional manager for Equity LifeStyle Properties, where he had oversight for seven Texas RV resorts and campgrounds.
As vice president, Munoz will run the new Recreational Properties Division for The Signorelli Company, where he will oversee new RV resorts for the corporation. The first of many in the company’s portfolio will be The Retreat | RV Resort, a fun and friendly environment on the shores of Lake Houston. The premier RV Park will consist of concrete streets and concrete 50-amp sites with full hookups, playgrounds, fishing and more.
Munoz has served on the board of the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) as well as the ARVC board and the ARVC Executive Committee. He currently serves on his local school board as president. Munoz’s goal as vice president for Signorelli’s Recreational Properties division is to create a fun filled, memorable, quality outdoor experience in a setting where everyone feels welcomed, and no one ever wants to leave.
Signorelli is diversified in all aspects of real estate development, focusing on a broad range of asset classes with divisions in land, retail, commercial, multi-family and single-family. Signorelli is excited to add to their portfolio with the newest Recreational Properties division, an industry that has been around for many years.
“We believe our expertise and experience can generate a new level of quality, consistency, and experience for our future customers. Catering to all ages, families, and empty nesters alike are drawn to recreational vehicles and camping.” said Danny Signorelli, president and CEO of The Signorelli Company. “We see this as a growth industry and are excited to bring our master-planned development expertise into this asset class.”
Munoz holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Sam Houston State University.
About The Signorelli Company
For more than two decades, The Signorelli Company, founded by Daniel Signorelli, has developed and built fine places where families can live, work, shop and play. Diversified in all aspects of real estate, from single-family and multi-family to retail, commercial, recreational properties, medical and mixed-use projects, The Signorelli Company is recognized in Texas and Oklahoma, and is one of the largest privately held development companies in Texas. The company is headquartered in The Woodlands.
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