NORFOLK – The Norfolk Area Visitors Bureau has a new director, as the Visitors Bureau announced that Traci Jeffrey will take over for Kim Kwapnioski, who resigned in June. Jeffrey has been with the Norfolk Area Visitors Bureau for the past five years as their marketing coordinator, and she says she’s excited to take the new position.
“Some of the opportunities that I look forward to doing in Madison County are recreational uses with the trails, aquaventure, and cowboy trail is a huge attraction that brings a lot of people to our community.” Jeffrey Said.
Traci Jeffrey says she has a lot planned to attract people to Norfolk, including developing relationships.
“One of the first things that I want to do is of course, start developing and continuing the relationships that we have here in the community, and start growing those relationships, and kind of taking it from there.” Jeffrey said.
Jeffrey also says that she loves working at the Norfolk Area Visitors Bureau, because of the opportunities that Madison County presents.
“I think that there is a lot of opportunity right here in Madison County, and I look forward to growing it and making Madison County a destination for future events.” Jeffrey added.
Kim Kwapnioski will take a job with the Columbus Public Schools Foundation, and Jeffrey will officially begin her new position in August.