Thursday, July 26, 2012

SSE's Lucas Case to Serve the Branson Community

Lucas Case
SSE Public Relations
Schultz & Summers Engineering would like to congratulate Lucas Case on being elected to serve the downtown Branson community on the Downtown Branson Main Street Association (DBMA) Board of Directors. SSE hired Lucas Case to handle Public Relations and Social Media for the firm earlier this year with the goal of enhancing communications with existing and future clients. “Being involved in our local communities is important to our company and we plan on continuing to play a crucial role in improving the lives of people in the Branson/Tri-Lakes area,” said SSE Owner, Stan Schultz.
Stan Schultz, SSE Owner

“I am honored to be elected by downtown Branson business leaders to serve on this board,” said Case. “The DBMA promotes the downtown area from the top of Hwy 76 all the way down to the Branson Landing and areas in between. The DBMA brings the community some of the most sacred and popular events such as the annual Fiddle Festival, Plumb Nellie Days, Autumn Daze and so much more,” stated Case.

Historic Downtown Branson is considered the “Heart of Branson” to most people who hear of or visit the Branson Tri-Lakes area. Downtown Branson is home to more than 250 small and large businesses that offer anything from attractions and lodging to professional services, restaurants, shopping and more. The DBMA provides the Free Trolley Service to and from one destination to the next with more than seven trolley stops in the downtown area.
Cris Bohinc
DBMA Exec. Director

DBMA Executive Director Cris Bohinc stated, “I am pleased to have Lucas on our board to help bring new creative ideas to better serve our downtown community, while preserving the heritage that downtown Branson offers to our patrons and businesses. Welcome aboard, Lucas.”

Tammy Thurman
Owner, Lock Smith Salon
Owner of downtown business Lock Smith Salon, Tammy Thurman, also stated, “It’s a pleasure to have Lucas on our Board of Directors. We have enjoyed getting to know him over these last few years and I am looking forward to seeing him more here in historic downtown Branson.”

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