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CVB names new program manager
Hinesville native hired as replacement
Amanda Scott
Amanda Scott has been hired as program manager for the Liberty County Convention and Visitors Bureau. - photo by Photo provided.

The Liberty County Convention and Visitors Bureau recently appointed Amanda Scott as its program manager.
Scott, who previously was the public relations director for the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce, will be responsible for promoting and bringing in tourism for the county.
“We are so pleased to be able to offer this office transfer to Amanda to better expound upon her tremendous skills and talents,” CVB CEO Leah Poole said. “Her background supports this move, and we are excited to see what Amanda can accomplish for the community.”
A native of South Carolina, Scott worked for U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint after her graduation from the College of Charleston. She also has experience in the hospitality industry, as she worked full time at Charleston Place Hotel while studying for her bachelor’s degree in communications.  
Scott and her family moved to Liberty County in 2011. She now lives in Hinesville with her husband and two children.

Replacement hired for Scott
The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce recently hired Nolan Mobley as its new public-information assistant.
Mobley will oversee most graphic-design work for the chamber, its members and events. He also will write news releases for ribbon-cuttings and community gatherings and take photos at all chamber events.
Previously, Amanda Scott served the chamber in this capacity, but she recently was named program manager at the Liberty County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
“We look forward to putting Nolan’s considerable computer skills to use, and I’m confident that we can build upon the knowledge he already has to develop him into a true chamber professional,” chamber CEO Leah Poole said.
Mobley was raised in Hinesville and graduated from Liberty County High School.
“It’s great to finally put my knowledge to use in a setting that benefits others,” he said.

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