LVCVA Announces New Industry Liaison

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, responsible for marketing Southern Nevada as a tourism and convention destination worldwide, has named Nancy Murphy as vice president of resort industry and business relations. Murphy will be the designated liaison between the LVCVA and southern Nevada's resort industry and business community and her position is such that she will outline the importance of the tourism industry to the region's economy and the role the LVCVA plays in promoting Las Vegas as a desirable destination for both leisure and business travelers. Murphy has worked in the hospitality industry for the past 25 years and has been with the LVCVA since 1991. Visit []. (DE)

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