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Melissa Alley Woody

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Vice President for CVB

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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...   more

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  • master , communications with an emphasis on public relations
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Melissa Woody
Melissa Woody
Melissa Woody, Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce vice president of tourism, said the new exhibit is one that has been on the drawing board for awhile, and was spurred on by a heads-up from a state official.
"About three years ago, the Tennessee state historian came to me and said, 'Melissa, you have a lot of gospel music heritage in your area. The state is going to be rolling out a Music Trail that will go all across the state, and unless you get something for visitors to come to and experience, you guys won't be involved in it,'" Woody recalled.
She said a committee of "wonderful people, from younger than me to 80-plus" was brought together two years ago to begin planning the exhibit.
"The Museum Center has limited space, but they agreed to have this permanent exhibit about the hymnal that we all love so much and was born right here in 1951," Woody said.
Last month, Woody attended the Governor's conference on state tourism.
"The state rolled out their Music Trail. They had a map up there and all of the cities that would be on it," she said. "There was Cleveland, Tennessee, on it."
Woody said she was "proud" the word had been received in advance, allowing for preparation and work to proceed in time for the state's recognition.
"We now have something for people to see and do when it comes to our place in gospel music history," Woody said.
"We are pleased to continue a ..., 19 Aug 2015 [cached]
"We are pleased to continue a healthy growth trend of our local tourism industry," said Melissa Woody, vice president for Tourism Development at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce.
She took it a step further by pointing to the importance of total opportunity offered by Cleveland, Charleston, the full Bradley County community and the entire surrounding region.
"We are blessed in Bradley County, Cleveland and Charleston, along with our neighbors in the Ocoee Region, to offer amazing outdoor adventure, unique events, compelling heritage sites and Southern hospitality," Woody told the Cleveland Daily Banner.
"Positive growth is good and we want to remain an affordable place to stay to help keep that growth on the up trend," Woody stressed.
Another contributor to tourism dollars is economic development itself, she said. Many industrial consultants and construction personnel stay in Cleveland hotels, dine in area restaurants and shop in local stores, Woody explained.
"We all work together in concert to benefit our community," she said. "Just as we need a strong industrial base, agricultural base and small-business community, we also need a healthy local tourism industry."
Woody added, "Tourism activities, events, sites and revenue are important contributors to a high quality of life in any community.
From a tourism perspective, everything that's going right statewide is trickling down to Cleveland, Charleston and Bradley County, Woody agreed; at least, that was the case in 2014.
What's good in Tennessee is great in Bradley County, Woody believes.
Melissa ..., 3 Feb 2015 [cached]
Melissa Woody
Melissa Woody Vice President, Convention & Visitors Bureau
Tennessee Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus, 12 July 2015 [cached]
Melissa Woody (Cleveland-Bradley County Chamber of Commerce)
I daily use things I learned ..., 27 Feb 2007 [cached]
I daily use things I learned during my three years at Marketing College," said Melissa Woody, chairperson for Tennessee Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus.
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