How do you have a good time volunteers who’ve served this neighborhood and supported the necessary tourism trade all yr, even throughout a pandemic? In drive-by fashion with a celebration in a can. Final week, the employees of Transylvania County Tourism and the Brevard/ Transylvania Chamber greeted Customer Middle volunteers with songs, silliness and presents as they drove, biked or strode by the Customer Middle.
“Our volunteers all the time go above and past, however this yr, they’ve outdone themselves,” stated Sally Burnett, Customer Middle coordinator. “Even throughout these difficult occasions, these particular people be sure that guests are welcomed and knowledgeable.”
“Our volunteers are sometimes the primary ‘expertise’ that guests have of our space,” stated Clark Lovelace, govt director of the Chamber and Transylvania County Tourism. “We’re so fortunate to have such heat, educated and caring folks as a part of our Customer Middle household.”
The Brevard/Transy-vania Customer Middle is situated at 175 E. Major St. in downtown Brevard and is operated by way of a coordinated effort between the Brevard/Transylvania Chamber of Commerce and Transylvania County Tourism. Though security protocols have restricted entry and working hours of the Customer Middle (Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.), guests and residents alike can profit from wonderful space sources and useful volunteers. Moreover, the Customer Middle is now the “residence” of the White Squirrel Institute.
For extra details about the Customer Middle or changing into a part of the Customer Middle volunteer household, go to http://www.explorebrevard.com/visitor-center-2 or contact Sally at [email protected] org or name (828) 883-3700.