Tourism councils want state marketing leader with local knowledge

BLOCK ISLAND experiences a surge from about 1,000 inhabitants during the winter to 20,000 during its summer tourism season. / COURTESY BLOCK ISLAND TOURISM COUNCIL
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s tourism council leaders believe the state’s next chief marketing officer should be someone with local knowledge, marketing experience and a collaborative spirit who can hit the ground running in helping the industry recover from the pandemic-induced recession. R.I. Commerce Corp. is hiring an executive search firm to find someone to fill…

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