Cristyne Nicholas Announces Departure From NYC & Company

Cristyne Nicholas, president and CEO of NYC & Company, announced her departure from the tourism marketing organization after seven years. Nicholas' departure will take effect following the organization's annual meeting in early 2007. During her tenure at NYC & Company, Nicholas helped revitalize the city's $24 billion tourism industry following the events of September 11, created New York City's first consumer TV ad campaign and helped secure approval for the expansion of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

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