Wisconsin Center District Names Megan Seppmann Vice President of Sales
"I am looking forward to bringing stakeholders together to make the best possible growth decisions for the WCD and its superb facilities."
MILWAUKEE, WI – (November 29, 2018) – The Wisconsin Center District (WCD) has named Megan Seppmann as Vice President of Sales, effective December 10. The WCD owns and operates the Wisconsin Center, Miller High Life Theatre, and UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena.
“The Vice President of Sales is not only responsible for maximizing revenue and space utilization opportunities across the WCD properties, but also acts as the primary liaison between the WCD and our colleagues at VISIT Milwaukee,” said WCD CEO Marty Brooks. “Megan’s experience is a great fit for the duties expected of the role, and her professional style will promote an environment of collaboration between the WCD, VISIT Milwaukee, and the overall hotel and hospitality community.”
Seppmann holds a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management from Southwest Minnesota State University. She has held positions of increasing responsibility throughout her career, from catering director to sales director, and most recently Area Associate Director of Sales for Marcus Hotels & Resorts.
Said Seppmann, “This role with the Wisconsin Center District is very exciting for someone like me who has broad experience in the hospitality industry. The opportunities for teamwork and collaboration are plentiful – I am looking forward to bringing stakeholders together to make the best possible growth decisions for the WCD and its superb facilities.”
Seppmann is a Milwaukee resident who spends her free time actively enjoying the amenities of the city, including the diverse restaurant scene and the benefits of lakeside living. She also gives back by spending time with the United Way, most recently completing their Project LEAD leadership training program.
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