CHEYENNE – Take a look at Cheyenne has declared that Jill Pope, director of functions and visitor companies, is retiring efficient Feb. 12. Pope has served Check out Cheyenne given that May possibly 2002.
Through the yrs, Pope managed the trolley providers in Laramie County, the Visitor Center in the Depot and the Customer Heart in Pine Bluffs. She oversaw the go of Visit Cheyenne from its office on Lincolnway to the refurbished Depot in 2004, and expertly dealt with group journey profits and excursions, as well as global journey profits, representing Cheyenne at trade demonstrates and forming bonds that that have positively impacted travel numbers.
“I uncovered that I cherished working the displays and conference persons,” Pope stated in a information launch. “And I have produced so quite a few enduring, distinctive friendships across the place.”
Pope also grew the Visit Cheyenne trolley fleet from the unique one trolley giving two tours a working day, to four trolleys and 5 excursions a day. She additional numerous charters for conventions, weddings and other capabilities has created the tour scripts as an beginner historian and produced what is now coined “The Wild West Tour.”
“Jill’s longstanding support and talents have created a robust trolley program, countrywide and international goodwill, and a name for professionalism from the Check out Cheyenne workplace,” said Domenic Bravo, Go to Cheyenne’s CEO.
Due to COVID-19 and to present social-distancing options, a fall-in reception will be held on Thursday, Feb. 11, from 3:30-6 p.m. in the Depot foyer for colleagues and friends of Jill to wish her properly in her retirement.