Company: Anchorage 1770
Location: Beaufort, South Carolina, United States
Frank Lesesne, Co-Owner at Anchorage 1770, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in hospitality and business management.
The co-owner of Anchorage 1770 in Beaufort, South Carolina, since 2015, Mr. Lesesne focused his efforts on improving the historic grounds of Beaufort, noting that tourism comprised of much traffic in the area. Anchorage 1770 is an esteemed inn, offering amenities to customers of all ages on a waterfront property overlooking the Beaufort River. Likewise, Anchorage 1770 also hosts the Ribaut Social Club, as well as a restaurant and rooftop bar. The inn was built in 1770, establishing itself as the oldest and largest Tabby structure still in use.
The recipient of a Bachelor of Arts in business economics and government from Wofford College and Master of Arts in international politics from Georgia State University, Mr. Lesesne formerly served as a lobbyist and staffer at the Library of Congress. As the World Wide Web came to fruition, he traded his government posts for entrepreneurship, and is a self-taught interface programmer. Previously owning a consulting company for 12 years, he has been well versed in business management, marketing and technology, which he utilizes to run Anchorage 1770.
Named among the 52 Places to Go in the World by The New York Times in 2017, Anchorage 1770 was also named Best of the South by Southern Living Magazine from 2017 to 2019 and America’s Best Seaside Inn by Coastal Living Magazine in 2017. Likewise, Mr. Lesesne earned the Tourism Excellence Award from the Buford Chamber of Commerce in 2018.
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