Casper Area Convention & Visitors Bureau CEO Spotlighted as a "Difference Maker" in the July 2012 Issue of SportsEvents Magazine
CASPER, Wyoming - Aaron McCreight, CEO of the Casper Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, was recently featured in an article about baseball, tourism and Casper, Wyoming. The story appears on pages 17-18 in the July 2012 issue of SportsEvents Magazine, whose mission is to help planners of amateur sporting events and competitions be more effective, informed and successful with their events. The July issue is heralded as "The differentia Issue: Featuring The Little Things That Make a Big Difference".
The article highlights the unique story of the Casper Cutthroats' inception and the support received from tourism and city leaders. McCreight's passion for baseball and desire to fill the void left following the Pioneer League Casper Ghosts move to Grand Junction, Colorado was welcomed by local fans as well. Click here to find the article.
"Aaron brings passion and dedication to all that he touches. The Cutthroats team is just his latest success story," said Christine Hill, Chairperson of the Natrona County Travel and Tourism Council. "The Casper Area Convention and Visitors Bureau is fortunate to have Aaron on our team as the leader in promoting over nights stays in Natrona County."
The Casper Area Convention and Visitors Bureau is the marketing arm of the Natrona County Travel and Tourism Council, a joint powers board, whose mission is to enhance the economic base of Natrona County through tourism. Its primary objective is to encourage more and longer visitor stays through marketing programs aimed at the convention/meeting, leisure, motor coach and sporting events travel markets. Additional information is available at CasperWyoming.info.