Sweetwater County Travel and Tourism Bids Farewell to Long Serving Board Members

Sweetwater County Travel and Tourism Bids Farewell to Long Serving Board Members

SWEETWATER COUNTY — `Sweetwater County Travel and Tourism bids farewell to long-serving board members, Amber Coble and Craig Nelson.

Amber Coble, Superior appointment, was appointed in February of 2013 and fulfilled Ms. Shirl Coble’s unexpired term. The Superior Town Council reappointed Ms. Coble in November of 2013, for a three-year term that concludes in November of 2016. Ms. Coble served as the Board Secretary, on the Tourism Week Committee and the Board Retreat Committee.

Craig Nelson, a Rock Springs appointment, was appointed in June of 2011 to fill the unexpired term of Mr. Mike Maloney. Mr. Nelson was reappointed in November of 2013 for a 3-year term, by the Rock Springs City Council. Mr. Nelson was a dynamic board member and served on the Grant Committee. He also served as the Vice-Chairman and Board Chairman during his tenure on the Travel and Tourism Board.

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“Ms. Coble and Mr. Nelson made tremendous contributions to the Sweetwater County Joint Travel and Tourism Board. We sincerely thank them for their efforts and years of service to the community. We will truly miss them,” stated Jenissa Meredith, Executive Director of the Sweetwater County Joint Travel and Tourism Board.

The Sweetwater County Joint Travel and Tourism Board strives to enhance the economy of Sweetwater County by attracting and retaining visitors.