New Orleans Steamboat Company Hires Church

Braddsten Beaux DeLong Church

NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Steamboat Company announced Braddsten Beaux DeLong Church has joined Visit New Orleans, a subsidiary of the New Orleans Steamboat Company, as an Operations Specialist.

          Originally from North Carolina, Church received his degree in Travel and Tourism Management from King’s College in Charlotte, NC. He gained experience at Wachovia Bank’s corporate offices as an in-house Travel Agent in the Groups and Executives department. With a strong drive to further his career in the events industry, Church relocated to New Orleans.

         “Beaux is a wonderful addition to our team,” says Joni Clark, Senior Operations Manager of Visit New Orleans. “His enthusiasm for the hospitality industry is an essential quality that we needed.”

         Visit New Orleans has been operating since 1989 and has maintained a reputation as one of the most respected destination management companies in the city. The core management team brings a wealth of professionalism and expertise to the New Orleans meeting, event and incentive industry.

         The New Orleans Steamboat Company was founded by Wilbur and Bill Dow after the rebuilding of the Toulouse Street Wharf in the French Quarter in 1974. Less than one year later, the 1600 passenger Steamboat NATCHEZ was christened. New Orleans Steamboat Company is well recognized and regarded for its contribution to the New Orleans cultural landscape and tourism industry. Since 1975, the Steamboat NATCHEZ has offered daily Mississippi River cruises. The New Orleans Steamboat Company also owns Gray Line Tours.

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