Travel Interview
Fall 2020
Ms. Dianne Brice
Visit Winston-Salem NC
Trend Magazine Online™

By Jay Whipple

Trend Magazine Online™

Sales Manager!
Re-published from a previous edition
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Just mention the word tourism and Dianne Brice's eyes light up like a Christmas tree on Christmas Eve. Her waiting for a group to decide to visit Winston-Salem is like a child waiting for Christmas to finally come. Ms. Brice's passion for the travel and tourism industry was again evident during our recent business lunch at Sweet Potatoes, a locally-owned unique eatery in Downtown Winston-Salem.
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I first met with her after she landed a sales job with the Charlotte Convention and Visitors Bureau in 1998. At that time, the city of Charlotte was on the verge of becoming a nationally known city and the bureau was playing a key role in marketing the Queen City under the leadership of Mr. Melvin Tennant - first African-American head of the bureau. I had landed in Charlotte over a decade earlier and was very excited about all the new opportunities that are associated with finally being mentioned on the national weather map. I had the pleasure of working with Ms. Brice on entertaining many motorcoach groups that she convinced to visit Charlotte. I remember her excitement and passion for her job as she provided my company with many tour and transportation leads.




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I was even more excited when I learned from a colleague that she was now promoting the charming city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, as their Sales Manager. A city that is home to many well-known institutions of higher learning that includes Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University. It is also home to Old Salem, Dr. Maya Angelou, the Black Theatre Festival, and my favorite snacks-- Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. It is an old industrial city that still maintains many of its historic buildings and architecture.


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Like many southern towns, it is attracting folks from the Northern United States who are opting for warmer winters, a lower cost of living, and a slower more noticeable pace. I remember driving past Winston-Salem nearly 30 years ago on I-40 and taking notice of the skyline which seemed out of place considering the lack of similar skylines along that interstate. Ms. Brice, a Baltimore, Maryland native, has been here for less than a year but is already sold on moving to Winston-Salem permanently. Like me, she is ecstatic of the fact that this city is made for tourism with local and regional attractions within a days reach.


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She enjoys spending time with family, gardening, reading and volunteering at a senior living facility; and with over 23 years of travel and tourism experience, Ms. Brice is a definite asset to Visit Winston-Salem and the city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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