Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Sun Valley woman joins marketing board

Brooke Wojcik has worked for major corporations

Express Staff Writer

Brooke Wojcik

Sun Valley resident Brooke Wojcik was appointed as the city's representative on the Sun Valley Marketing Alliance board.

Wojcik, whose professional experience includes marketing, business development, promotions and writing, said she's enthusiastic about the organization.

"I am thrilled to be a part of an initiative to market Sun Valley as a world-class destination that will energize our community while attracting the next generation of visitors," she told the Idaho Mountain Express.

She gained unanimous approval from the Sun Valley City Council during its Sept. 15 meeting.

"I think Brooke's an excellent candidate," Councilwoman Joan Lamb said. "I'm glad she's willing to serve, and I'm sure she'll do her homework."

Wojcik has extensive experience with Hasbro, Mattel and Time Warner, and she has worked with major corporations inside the entertainment, sports and toy industries, including Universal Studios, NASCAR, NFL, McDonald's, Major League Baseball and Cartoon Network.

She currently serves as corresponding secretary for The Papoose Club, and has co-chaired the Community School Read-A-Thon for three years.

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