Greg and Debbie
Owners and Founders
Dynamic duo Greg and Debbie started Cabins For You in 2001 as a family owned and operated business. Their family's history in vacation rental management, tracing generations back, has helped form their passion and expertise for the business.
Today, Greg and Debbie, along with their five kids, continue to run Cabins For You with family in mind. They are hands-on in every aspect of the business. While they work hard, they also love to vacation with family, visiting the beach any chance they get.
Chief Operating Officer
As the COO, Scott reports directly to the co-CEOs, working to bring their vision for Cabins for YOU to life! He’s responsible for all facets of operations, including Sales & Marketing, Finance, Owner Relations, and Operations. He helps us build our company, grow in new areas, and focus on our loyalty to YOU – our guests.
Scott has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Ferris State University and comes to Cabins for YOU with years of VP and CEO experience under his belt. He brings another aspect of mentoring and team building to our Cabins for YOU family!
Scott is married with 4 kids, so when he’s not working, you’ll probably find him with family. He also loves tennis and traveling to new destinations. He even lived in Belgium for 4 years!
Chief Marketing Officer
Marc oversees the day-to-day and long-term operations for the marketing and finance departments. He is responsible for ensuring that all functions of the department are running smoothly. When he’s not at his desk, you can find him outside pacing on his phone – speaking with web developers, potential owners, and his fantasy football buddies. Marc has been with the company since 2005.
Marc and Jessica Dewberry are married with two active boys and a precious girl. Marc holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Education and a Master of Arts in Theology. He is also on the board of a non-profit organization serving orphans in Uganda. Although considered not well-read by a friend’s wife and a conversation hog by another friend’s wife, Marc spends hours perusing political/news websites, blogging, and reading religious books.