NTCC adds four to board of directorsby jmaloni
The Niagara Tourism & Convention Corp. has announced the appointment of Anthony Brindisi, Michael Fiore, Kevin Schuler and Henry Sloma to the organization's board of directors. Each will serve a three-year term.
"Our board is made up of tourism and business professionals with a wealth of knowledge and experience working in Niagara County," said Frank Strangio, chair, NTCC board of directors. "With the addition of Anthony, Michael, Kevin and Henry, we are committed to continuing to work together to make Niagara USA an up-close-and-powerful destination for visitors from around the world."
Brindisi is owner of The Keller Insurance Group located on Pine Avenue in Niagara Falls, with additional offices in Lewiston and Lockport.
Currently the owner of The Village Bake Shoppe in Lewiston, Fiore previously worked in premier and international banking at HSBC Bank USA.
Schuler serves as senior vice president for corporate communications at LPCiminelli, the region's largest construction firm. He is an integral part of all of LPCiminelli's strategic initiatives and is directly responsible for overseeing the company's marketing, public affairs and corporate messaging.
Appointed to represent the Niagara County Legislature, Sloma is a commissioner and vice chairman of the Niagara Frontier Transit Authority. He also currently serves as chairman of the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency.
The NTCC's mission is to expand the economic prosperity of the Niagara USA communities by generating individual and group visitation. For more information, visit niagara-usa.com.