Brooke Mullis Named Dublin Visitors Center Manager | Business
Dublin-Laurens Tourism Council, Inc. has promoted Brooke Mullis to the position of Visitors Center Manager. A graduate of West Laurens High School, Mullis attends Middle Georgia State College and is majoring in business. Formerly, Mullis served as program assistant to Tara Bradshaw, Director of Main Street Dublin and Dublin Downtown Development Authority, where she fell in love with Dublin’s downtown. “As Visitors Center Manager, I can put my love for downtown to work and drive people to attractions throughout Laurens County. I love interacting with new people and learning their lives: where they have been and what they have experienced. I want to make sure each person experiences Dublin, the nature, shopping, eating, neat attractions and activities for kids."
“Brooke’s energy, love for Laurens County, and her desire to see downtown thrive made her the ultimate candidate for Visitors Center Manager. Her drive to learn about regional and state destinations, combined with her personable nature and artistic abilities make her an ideal addition to Dublin’s tourism team,” stated Rebecca McWilliam, Director of Tourism with Dublin-Laurens Tourism Council, “With Brooke on the front line greeting and directing Dublin’s travelers to destinations, Laurens County will continue to grow and thrive economically.”
For more information on how tourism benefits the local, regional, and state economy, please contact the Dublin-Laurens Tourism Council at 478-272-4002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.