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Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau

County: Lee
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Details: Vision Statement: To enhance our position as the premier tourism marketing organization by working with our partners to promote one of the world's best tourism destinations.

Mission Statement: The Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau (VCB) serves the broader interests of the economy of Lee County by acting as an industry leader to market the entire area globally, facilitate travel to the area, and preserve and protect the area's unique attributes for the continual benefit of its residents and the travel and tourism industry.

Service-Learning area:The VCB Visitor Services department provides superior customer service through visitor interaction at five Visitor Information Booths at the Southwest Florida International Airport and via community projects.
Job Description: Provide operational support to volunteer Tourism Ambassadors at five visitor information booths, as well as VCB staff, of the Visitor Services department. Provide customer service outreach to traveling public and visitors. Assist the VCB in industry special events as needed.
Times of Work: Weekdays daytime, Weekdays evenings, Weekends daytime, Weekends evenings
Primary Contact: Ms. Judi Durant
2201 Second St., Suite 600
Fort Myers, Florida 33901
Fax: (239) 590-4857
Phone: (239) 590-4855
Email: JDurant@leegov.com
Website: http://www.fortmyers-sanibel.com
Secondary Contact: Siggy McIntyre
Phone: (239) 590-4855
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: Y
Benefits Offered: VCB polo shirt, free parking while on duty, complimentary product education tours and site visits to local resorts and attractions, periodic event and educational projects, VCB mentoring opportunities.
Additional Information: Students will interact with large numbers of tourists and travelers at the VCB Visitor Information Booths located in the Southwest Florida International Airport in order to provide customer service and traveler support. Students will learn in areas such as how to work with many styles and types of people, volunteer supervision techniques, how tourism is promoted and marketed throughout the area, and general airport operations. Students will be encouraged to provide input to staff to maximize operational efficiency and service opportunities available to community.

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