Event center announces new executive directorJanuary 2, 2019
From Local Sources
HUNTINGBURG — The Huntingburg Event & Community Center announced today Mallori Betz as its new executive director.
She joins the event center with more than five years of event management experience, with an emphasis on weddings and special events. Betz begins her position immediately.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Huntingburg Event Center, I am delighted to welcome Mallori Betz as the new executive director,” said Board President Mitch Clark. “She brings with her experience, enthusiasm and demonstrated excellence in working with clients to coordinate and execute events to their vision.”
Betz comes to the Huntingburg Event & Community Center from the Owensboro Convention Center, where she worked in Event Management, most recently as the wedding sales coordinator for the facility. Betz previously worked for Le Jour Du Mariage, a wedding planning company in the Indianapolis area.
“I am thrilled to accept this position with the Huntingburg Event & Community Center," Betz said. "I look forward to engaging the entire community through meetings, weddings, banquets and special events. My goal is to encourage & enhance the client’s wishes while making each event unique.”
Betz graduated from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis with a bachelor’s degree in tourism, convention, and event management. She resides in Santa Claus with her husband, Nick.
Betz welcomes the community to stop in and introduce themselves. “I love working with people and look forward to getting to know our donors, local vendors, businesses, and the community as a whole," she said.
For information about the Huntingburg Event & Community Center and to book events, contact Betz by phone at 812-683-2221 or by email as email@example.com.
The Huntingburg Event & Community Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
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