“I’m honored to be offered the opportunity to lead an organization that means so much to me and plan to continue the Bureau’s commitment to the economic development of the Fox Cities through tourism,” commented Seidl.
Seidl has been instrumental in the development of the Bureau’s “Wisconsin’s Shopping Place” brand, as well as enhancing the image of the area for convention, sports and leisure visitors. She has served as a member of the marketing committee of the Governor’s Council on Tourism, and currently serves as a Board member of the Appleton Baseball Club, Twin City Catholic Education System (TCCES) and Neenah Rotary. Prior to joining the Bureau, Seidl held marketing positions at Schneider National and Tri County Distributors.
“I look forward to continuing the relationships I’ve cultured with our tourism partners and hope to enrich the Bureau’s reputation as a catalyst for initiatives that have a positive impact on tourism in the area,” continued Seidl. “I’ve been privileged to spend the last ten years promoting the Fox Cities as a destination, it’s a place that I choose to live and raise my family, and I believe it offers so much as a destination for visitors.”
Visitor spending in the Fox Cities was more than $382 million in 2011. The Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau estimates that this direct spending created 5,495 jobs and $125 million in income for Fox Cities Residents.
The Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau is an economic development organization that strengthens the Fox Cities by attracting visitors in the convention, sports and leisure markets through sales, marketing and destination development.
For more information on the Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau, call 800-236-6673 or visit foxcities.org
Press release submitted by the Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau.