CARLISLE, PA (February 3, 2011) - The Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau (CVVB) continues to grow in 2011 and has added a new member to the staff. Stacey Cornman will be the new Visitor Services coordinator for the CVVB.

Cornman joins the CVVB with over 10 years of experience in the printing and publishing business. She resides in Carlisle and enjoys living in the Cumberland Valley.  

"As the CVVB continues to grow and rebrand itself, the opportunity to expand our focus opened the window for a designated staff member to manage visitor services," said CVVB Sales Manager Dawn Rickenbach.

As the Visitors Services Coordinator, Cornman will be responsible for overseeing the new Cumberland Valley Visitors Center at History on High - The Shop in Downtown Carlisle. She will also be responsible for the partnership with the Cumberland County Historical Society and working with the visitors center volunteers. Cornman will also manage the CVVB's distribution and fulfillment.

The Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau is also part of Pennsylvania's Dutch Country Roads region, the number one visited region in PA, a true vacation destination where country meets city and the past lives side-by-side with the present.

The mission of the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau is to promote Cumberland Valley as a tourist destination, attract visitors to the area, enhance the visitor's experience, and to encourage and promote overnight stays.