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Key appointment for Destination Rotorua

Key appointment for Destination Rotorua

ROTORUA, 14 December 2015:

Destination Rotorua has announced the appointment of Kelly Osborne as sales and marketing coordinator for business and major events.

Miss Osborne brings five years of tourism marketing experience to the Destination Rotorua team, and a background in event management, communications and project management.

Destination Rotorua business events manager Craig Murray said he was pleased to have secured Kelly’s services.

“Her skillset and experience means she’s the ideal person to help us grow the quantity and value of business and major events in Rotorua.”

“We now have a full team on board with a clear focus and strategy as we move into 2016,” said Mr Murray. “And we’re confident that we’ve got all the ingredients for generating more fantastic results.”

Miss Osborne has previously specialised in relationship marketing, marketing strategy and project management, and has a strong background in both destination marketing and event coordination.

“My role is to ensure that people know what Rotorua offers for business and major events and to help create memorable experiences for our visitors. Rotorua has so much going for it. I’m really looking forward to sharing that with visitors our area,” she said.

Kelly Osborne took up her new role with Destination Rotorua earlier this month.

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