Maury County Readers Bureau welcomes new assistant director

The Maury County Visators Bureau is partially supported by the local government and is dedicated to communicate and promote Maury Couty’s points of interest including sites of historical significance, outdoor attractions and local businesses.

Rene Lance, a experienced with 20 years of knowledge in advertising and tourism, is joining the Maury County Visitors Bureau as the organization’s assistant director.

Lance mentioned she is excited to consider on the job as a new season, and warm weather, arrives promising opportunities for socially distanced outdoor events and gatherings.

“I believe everybody is completely ready for it,” Lance advised The Day-to-day Herald, 

In her new role Lance will connect visitors and locals alike with local corporations, the county’s historic landmarks and other regional attractions.

“Columbia’s downtown has completed an wonderful occupation and that is heading to unfold,” Lance mentioned. “Maury County is rising so substantially, and it is remarkable to be a part of that. Maury County is centrally-situated, and there are a lot of possibilities.”

Rene Lance

A graduate of the College of Tennessee, Knoxville, Lance is a licensed Tennessee Tourism Professional, as well as a certified Journey Internet marketing Specialist of Southeast Tourism Culture Advertising and marketing Faculty.

“Tourism is the 2nd biggest sector in Tennessee. I glimpse forward to selling all the extraordinary tourism factors of fascination in Maury County and encountering the progress in our financial growth.”

Lance previously served roles in marketing and advertising and promotion in the audio field, regional healthcare and local tourism.