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Vice President, Convention and Vi...

Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce
225 Keith St SW PO Box 2275
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
Background

Employment History

  • Vice President
    Cleveland-Bradley Chamber of Commerce Convention
  • Vice President
    Convention and Visitors Bureau of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce
  • Chairperson
    Tennessee Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus
  • Vice President
    Visitors Bureau
  • President
    Visitors Bureau
  • Vice President
    Chamber of Commerce Convention
  • Event Co-Chair and Vice President
    Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitors Bureau

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • master , communications with an emphasis on public relations
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According to Melissa Woody, ...
www.clevelandbanner.com, 11 Feb 2014 [cached]
According to Melissa Woody, vice president of the Cleveland-Bradley County Chamber of Commerce, residents of Cleveland and Bradley County gathered on the Courthouse Square 150 years ago Monday, to reraise the 33-star U.S. flag, which had originally been raised on a 90-foot hickory pole April 25, 1861.
On April 25, 2011, re-enactors raised the flag replica during the kickoff of the five-year Sesquicentennial commemoration of the Civil War.
According to Woody, 150 years ago, neighbors gathered at the square to celebrate the Union presence. Soldiers would have been encamped in southern Bradley County.
"They came together to visit with their neighbors and had a dance later that night," she said.
Chamber of Commerce of Cleveland/Bradley County Tennessee - Contact
clevelandchamber.com, 20 Dec 2013 [cached]
Melissa Woody Vice President, Convention & Visitors Bureau 423-472-6587, Ext. 108
According to Melissa Woody, ...
www.clevelandbanner.com, 27 Feb 2014 [cached]
According to Melissa Woody, vice president of the Cleveland-Bradley Chamber of Commerce Convention and Visitors Bureau, the proposed project will be known as the "National Historic Trail Experience."
The landscape architect team of Burns and Kolisko will be walking the town to "work on a plan for the design of the proposed interpretive greenway," Woody noted.
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Other technical issues of constructing the trail will also be addressed," Woody said.
"This has been four years in the making," she added.
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"Stakeholders in the project will meet to provide input, ideas, thoughts, hopes and dreams of what the trail experience may look like," Woody said.
The workshop will be held Tuesday for the stakeholders' meeting.
Charleston residents and those interested in attending are invited to the March 7 presentation by Kolisko and Burns, after they have had the opportunity to develop a proposed plan, according to Woody.
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Opportunities to discuss the proposed plan and a timeline of the steps accomplishing the project will also be heard, according to Woody.
All of the 150th anniversary Civil ...
www.clevelandbanner.com, 5 Nov 2011 [cached]
All of the 150th anniversary Civil War events are being planned as close to the date the original event occurred 150 years ago, according to Melissa Woody, a member of the Charleston-Calhoun-Hiwassee Historical Society and Cleveland-Bradley Chamber of Commerce's Convention and Visitor's Bureau.
Melissa ...
www.clevelandbanner.com, 12 June 2013 [cached]
Melissa Woody
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Melissa Woody
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Melissa Woody, vice president for the Convention and Visitors Bureau of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, gave the update Tuesday night during a monthly session of the Charleston City Commission. She said the grant would provide the newly finished center with furnishings.
"That $20,000 is to purchase things like a projector and screens and computers you can archive things on," Woody said.
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"We have been very blessed with this project," Woody said.
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