Destination Gettysburg has announced a new addition to their team.

The CVB hired Aimee Reif as its new group sales manager. In her role, she will work with group travel planners to book trips to Gettysburg and Adams County.

“Aimee brings a wealth of experience in working with group tour operators and group travel leaders,” says Jenny McConnell, director of sales, Destination Gettysburg. “We’re excited to have her on board and grow this segment of travel in Adams County.”

Prior to her new role, Reif was senior tourism sales manager with Valley Forge Convention & Visitors Bureau in Montgomery County, Pa. She also has worked as sales and marketing coordinator with Embassy Suites Valley Forge and with the American Bus Association as its communications coordinator.

“I am excited to be a part of Destination Gettysburg,” says Reif. “Adams County offers a variety of one-of-a-kind tour experiences, and I am looking forward to working alongside Destination Gettysburg members to drive more business into the area.”

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