Tuesday, December 5, 2017


GREENVILLE, OH – Current Darke County Visitors Bureau board president Aaron Moran, superintendent of Versailles Exempted Village Schools, was recognized by the board of trustees for his service at the organization’s regular November meeting. Moran was presented with a plaque commemorating his two-year tenure leading the board.

Moran’s time as president began January 1st, 2016 and will officially conclude December 31st, 2017.

“As I complete my term as President of the Darke County Visitors Bureau, I want to express my thanks to Executive Director Matt Staugler for his efforts in supporting local attractions and businesses. His efforts have positively impacted Darke County,” said Moran. “I also want to thank DCVB Board Members for their willingness to support the office, our partners and various local business/attractions that make Darke County a great place to live, work and grow.”

“The DCVB has experienced a lot of growth during Aaron’s tenure as President,” said executive director Matt Staugler. “In that time, we’ve launched our new branding, embarked on our new kiosk program, and continued to work on behalf of all the attractions and small businesses in Darke County. Under his leadership, the Visitors Bureau has continued to be an organization dedicated to moving the community forward in a positive way, and the results of that leadership speak for themselves.”

Moran will continue serving on the board into the future. Current sitting Vice President Daryl Riffle will assume the Presidency January 1st, 2018.

For more information on the Darke County Visitors Bureau and its mission, please contact the Visitors Bureau at 937-548-5158, or online at www.visitdarkecounty.org.

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