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Harley-Davidson Museum® Promotes Amanda Ridout to Senior Sales Manager

Multi-Faceted Role Involves Sales, Marketing and Client Services

By - Mar 8th, 2019 08:08 am
Amanda Ridout. Photo from Harley-Davidson.

Amanda Ridout. Photo from Harley-Davidson.

The Harley-Davidson Museum® is excited to name Amanda Ridout to the position of senior sales manager. In this role, Ridout will develop and execute strategic sales initiatives as well as marketing plans, among other responsibilities.

A passionate event planner, Ridout will support existing clients, build new connections, monitor the latest industry trends and promote the H-D Museum™ through event enhancements. “Amanda’s combination of expertise, creative thinking and client dedication has resulted in exceptional events time and time again,” said Annie Champeau, director of sales for the H-D Museum. “We’re lucky to have her as part of our world-class private events team and look forward to her continued success in the years to come.”

Ridout brings more than 15 years of experience in guest services and management to her new role, having most recently served as sales manager at the H-D Museum. Previously, she worked in senior leadership positions for IDM Hospitality, including regional sales manager.

A St. Cloud State University graduate, Ridout holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology. In her free time, Ridout is an active member of the Wisconsin chapter of Meeting Professionals International and enjoys cheering on the Bucks and Brewers with her husband, Brad.

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