Black Belt Adventures expands Advisory Council
The Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association named seven members to the organization’s Advisory Council.
The Council consists of young professionals who support the Black Belt region’s natural resources, cultural assets and various destinations.
“Recognizing that outdoor recreation is a strong and viable economic development tool for the sustainability of the region’s residents and communities, the ALBBAA Advisory Council was established to help support our promotion and marketing programs to a broader audience and key stakeholders,” Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association Executive Director Pam Swanner said.
“We are excited to grow the Advisory Council and look forward to their contributions as a group to further ALBBAA’s brand and mission.”
Here are the new ALBBAA Advisory Council Members:
-Laura Agee of Camden– Agee Images + Film.
-Holt Blackwood of Northport– Briarpatch Outfitters.
-Christopher Joe of Montgomery– Connecting Birds & Nature Tours.
-Colin Harris of Birmingham – Birmingham Recovery Center.
-Cooper Holmes of Marion – Southeastern Land Group.
-Addy McDaniel of Auburn– Covey Rise.
-Casey Rigsby of Auburn – Westervelt.
They join the current Advisory Council members: Mikel Cade (Frameworks Construction), William Crawford (University of Montevallo President’s Outdoor Scholars Program), Casey Rogers (ALFA), Hunter Smith (Southern Wildlife Services), Ellis Terry (Ingram & Associates), and Taylor Williams (PowerSouth).