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Melissa Woody

Vice President for CVB

Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce

HQ Phone:  (423) 472-6587

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Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce

225 Keith St SW

Cleveland, Tennessee,37320

United States

Company Description

The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce is a quality organization dedicated to the business development of our members, the economic growth of our region and the highest quality of life for our community, the Ocoee Region of Tennessee. We continually offer... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Faculty

Lee University


Contributor

Cleveland Daily Banner


Affiliations

Tennessee Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus

Board Member


Charleston-Calhoun-Hiwassee Historical Society

Member


Allied Arts Council

Members


Education

master

communications with an emphasis on public relations


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Staff - Cleveland - Bradley Chamber of Commerce

clevelandchamber.com [cached]

Melissa Woody
Melissa Woody Vice President, Tourist Development mwoody@clevelandchamber.com


Tennessee Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus

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Melissa Woody, CTTP *
PO Box 2275 Cleveland, TN 37320 423.472.6587 mwoody@clevelandchamber.com


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Melissa Woody of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce served as master of ceremonies.
Two local historians joined Woody on Friday's program.


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Melissa Woody, vice president for tourism development for the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, said lodging tax data shows summer is the peak time for hotel stays in Cleveland.
"We love those great events that are bringing people in on a regular basis," Woody said. "Lee University brings in people for Lee Day and graduation, events, parents visits and things like that." Based on information from Omega Center International reservations and projection data, in one year 33,000 will attend events there, Woody said. "So if you are looking at hotels, we have 1,700 hotel rooms. If you've got an event with 3,500 people there, even if you are doubling up rooms … you are overflowing (hotels) with those events to the next exit," Woody said. Travelers who stay in Cleveland before driving to their final destination also contribute to summer tourism numbers. "We are right in the middle of Interstate 75 as it stretches from Michigan to Florida," Woody said. "They want to stop where there is some activity and some nice brand hotels." Throughout the year, corporate meetings held by Bradley County's 14 Fortune 500 companies and four Fortune 1,000 companies also contribute to hotel stays. Woody said organizations such as the Church of God World Missions and its international offices also hold large meetings with people coming in from out of town. Woody has also been getting Cleveland onto statewide trails and promoting existing activities to continue tourism growth. "I think residents just don't realize how much traffic we have in our hotels," Woody said. Olin had expanded," Woody said. "Also at the same time, Perry Stone Ministries had finished the Omega Center." Woody said tourism in Tennessee has "a huge drop-off when school starts. She said this is why she is supportive of a later school start date. A recent approval at the state level for Bradley County to increase the local lodging tax by 2 percent has brought some concern for Woody and her colleagues. "It is important that we stay competitive," Woody said.


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Moore and Reed discussed at length the history of this area of the city, and were later joined by Melissa Woody of the Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce.


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