CTA SPOTLIGHT

Janis Clark, CTA
Kalamazoo, MI
Janis Clark, CTA <br/>Kalamazoo, MI
Janis Clark says being a CTA is like a guilty pleasure because it’s so much fun! She particularly enjoys the behind the scenes events that she’s attended, like the Airport Control Tower Tour. She says, “I love my community and being a CTA is part of my adventure.”

EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHT

The National Sporting Library & Museum in Middleburg, VA is a world class research center to horse and field sports. The facility houses over 17,000 books and works of art! Rick Stoutamyer, Executive Director, believes it is important that all of his staff are CTAs. He says his staff is more aware of all the activities available in the Journey Through Hallowed Ground area.

TESTIMONIAL

“I was really impressed with the CTA course. With the history of North Texas, orientation with tourist interests, and basic service training, it undoubtedly will help our front line service personnel be true ambassadors to our visitors.”

D. S. Freeman, Jr., Chairman
Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau
Launch Date: May 2009

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