Team members’ roles adjusted, and openings announced

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Cumberland County, NC - The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) reorganized the team's structure to better serve clients and streamline efforts to market Cumberland County as a destination for meetings, tournaments, and individual travel.

Angie Brady is now the Director of Tourism Marketing. She is responsible for overseeing the work of contracted marketing partners, managing all components of the annual event series Heroes Homecoming, and developing a new client concierge program. The client concierge program will service meetings and sports events with volunteers for needs such as an information desk or dine-around options.

Amy Karpinski is now the Director of Sports Marketing.  Amy recruits student, amateur, and professional sporting events to Cumberland County.  In doing her work, she works closely with local venues and other partners in the sports community.

David Nash is now the Director of Information Technology and Data Management.  In addition to managing our website, the database of businesses in the tourism industry, and our computer systems, David coordinates with and supports the third-party research companies that will provide insight to drive our marketing efforts.

Kelly Brill is now the Director of Operations and Human Resources.  Over her tenure with the FACVB, Kelly’s job responsibilities expanded to include Human Resources duties. In addition, she manages the overall operations of the bureau’s office to include management of the Welcome Centers, finance, budgets, building upkeep, and other operational needs.

The FACVB has several job openings, including Tourism Marketing Coordinator, Sales Coordinator, Administrative Assistant, and Visitor Information Counselor. Learn More.  

About the FACVB 

The FACVB is a private, not-for-profit organization responsible for positioning Cumberland County as a destination for conventions, sporting events, and individual travel. For additional information, visit or call 1-888-98-HEROES.