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Posted on: April 20, 2022

City Hires First Tourism Coordinator

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City Hires First Tourism Coordinator 

The City of Springfield has announced that Asailio “Ace” Timmermeier has been hired as the new Tourism Coordinator for the city. Timmermeier has extensive knowledge of the city, including tourism attractions of the surrounding areas. 

A local native, Timmermeier has more than a decade of experience working and building relationships in the city and most recently served as a Senior Manager of Community Impact for United Way of Greater Nashville. Timmermeier has been with the United Way of Greater Nashville since 2019.  

“We are thrilled to have Ace join our staff,” said City Manager Ryan Martin. “Ace’s efforts to move our community forward have been nearly unparalleled over the last few years, and we are excited to have her talent and knowledge focused on boosting the local economy as it relates to visitors and attractions.”

This position is brand new for the City of Springfield. The city recently established the tourism coordinator position funded exclusively through the hotel occupancy tax. As the city has grown, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen created the position in conjunction with city management to manage a comprehensive program of tourism development and promotion to grow tourism-related revenue for the City of Springfield.  

“I am elated to join the City of Springfield’s amazing team,” said Ace Timmermeier. “I am looking forward to creating more sports, adventure, business, and experiential tourism opportunities to attract local, state, regional, and national visitors.”

She currently serves on the Robertson County Habitat for Humanity Community Council and the Robertson County Health Council. Ace is also the President of the Springfield Kiwanis Club and part of the Historic Springfield Event Coordinators. Ace is also a graduate of Leadership Robertson County and is currently a participant in Leadership Middle Tennessee. 

Timmermeier will begin her work with the City of Springfield on May 23, 2022. 

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