CVB Executive Director to represent Miami on State Tourism Board


Amanda Davis, Executive Director of the Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) was recently re-elected to the Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association (OTIA). Founded in 1987, the OTIA was formed primarily to provide tourism education and lobby on behalf of the tourism industry as well as support the efforts of the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department in its funding of the State’s tourism promotion campaign.

Amanda Davis

“Having representation from Northeast Oklahoma is very important and being elected to serve gives Miami and surrounding communities a voice in Oklahoma City” Davis said. “This allows us to sit at the table with other CVB’s and Tourism Organizations throughout the State and have a say in how our area is promoted to potential visitors. Miami benefits greatly from the work of the OTIA, Davis added.”

Davis has served in the Director position for the Miami CVB since 2006 and brings a wealth of knowledge & experience in Marketing & Management. She also represents Miami on the Green Country Marketing & Tourism Board of Directors, the Oklahoma Route 66 Associations Board of Directors and recently completed a four year term on the Grand Lake Association Board of Directors. Locally, Davis also serves as the Co-Chair for the award winning Rodeo Miami and as the Event Coordinator for 8-Man Football Week held annually in Miami.

The Miami CVB works to promote the city as a destination while encouraging the overnight stay. For more information on visiting Miami or upcoming events, call 918-542-4435, go online at www.visitmiamiok.com or visit in person at 101 North Main Street in Miami.

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