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Tuesday July 7th, 2015 9:13AM

Lake Lanier CVB announces new staff members

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GAINESVILLE - The Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) announces three new hires, including a new sales manager.

Wes Perry - Sales Manager

Wes Perry has been hired as the new Sales Manager. Wes brings with him a background in tourism services and has worked with the Atlanta CVB, Lake Lanier Islands and Callaway Gardens. He will be responsible for corporate sales, sports marketing and building awareness of the mission of the Lake Lanier Convention & Visitors Bureau among area stakeholders. Perry is a graduate of Appalachian State University and lives near Lake Lanier in Cumming.
Email:wes@lakelaniercvb.com
Direct Phone: 678-696-2495

Jessica Wade - Marketing Assistant

Jessica Wade is the new Marketing Assistant and will spearhead the Lake Lanier CVB's promotional efforts including publishing Slip Away magazine and managing online and social media initiatives. She was previously the publisher of the North Georgia Kids' Directory and NorthGAFamilies Magazine. She is a graduate of Kennesaw State University and a native of Hall County. Wade and her husband Andrew, live in the Chestnut Mountain area with their three children.
Email:Jessica@lakelaniercvb.com
Direct Phone: 678-696-2494

Millie Perez - Administrative Assistant

Millie Perez is the CVB's new Administrative Assistant. She will serve as the
official greeter for citizens and visitors at the new Hall County Government Center on Browns Bridge Road. Millie is fluent in Spanish and will assist with visitor information services, inquiry fulfillment and web site content. A native of Connecticut, Millie has lived in the Lake Lanier area for over twenty years. She makes her home in Buford and is the proud mom of four and grandmother of two.
Email:millie@lakelaniercvb.com
Direct Phone: 678-696-2491
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