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New Communications Manager for Destination Queenstown

New Communications Manager for Destination Queenstown

Sarah Stacey

Queenstown, New Zealand (11 December 2013) – Destination Queenstown (DQ) is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Stacey to the position of Communications Manager effective from January 2014.

With a Bachelor of Communication Studies majoring in Public Relations from AUT, Sarah brings with her a wealth of communications experience in the tourism industry. During the last 11 years she has held senior marketing and communications management roles with Good Group Ltd, Millbrook Resort and Skycity Queenstown building great local Queenstown knowledge and networks.

In her new role Sarah will lead all organisational communications and the development of key Queenstown destination messages. Her management experience will be valuable in leading DQ’s annual planning and reporting processes as well as having overall responsibility for member and industry communications.

She will be working alongside Media Manager Gizelle Regan and Communications and Media Executive Libby Baron supporting the positioning of Queenstown as the Southern Hemisphere’s premier four season lake and alpine resort.

Destination Queenstown CEO Graham Budd is delighted to welcome Sarah to the team.

“She has some great communications and marketing experience, a good understanding of DQ and the Queenstown tourism industry and I know she will be a great addition to the DQ management team. We are excited to welcome Sarah into the organisation and look forward to working with her.”

Sarah will officially commence her role on 20 January 2014.


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