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Super Bowl Host Committee beefs up its staff

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The 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee on Thursday announced six additions to its staff, including two on loan from the Indiana Sports Corp. and another from the Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association.

Susan Baughman, senior vice president of event management at the Sports Corp., joins the committee as senior vice president of hospitality services and events.

Sheila Bradley, the Sports Corp.’s director of volunteer services, is serving the committee in the same capacity.

Susie Townsend, vice president of convention services for the ICVA, joins the committee as vice president of guest welcome and super service.

Other additions include Andy Arnold, director of event operations; April Keaton, manager of office administration; and Marshawn Wolley, director of emerging business/community outreach.

“The individuals joining our team all have tried-and-true experience that will move our planning forward as they soundly complement the talents of our current staff members,” Allison Melangton, the committee’s CEO and president, said in a written statement.

The additions bring the Super Bowl Host Committee’s total staff to 12.

The committee serves as an extension of the National Football League to plan and coordinate activities surrounding the 2012 Super Bowl at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
 

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