Cape Cod Chamber Appoints Director of Tourism Sales

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Cape Cod, MA: The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce has announced that it has hired Amanda Catania as Director of Tourism Sales.

In her new role, Amanda will actively promote Cape Cod as a destination for conventions, seminars, trade shows, sporting events, and motorcoach tours, with a focus on expanding the Cape’s International and Sports markets.

“As we continue to strengthen our tourism marketing team, we are very pleased to welcome Amanda to the Chamber staff,” said Cape Cod Chamber CEO Paul Niedzwiecki.  “Amanda’s vision and passion for promoting our destination align perfectly with our goals, and we look forward to her contributions to driving our tourism initiatives to new heights.”

Born and raised on the Cape and a graduate of Barnstable High School, Amanda grew up in the local hospitality business. Her family’s former company, Catania Hospitality Group, operated a collection of hotels, restaurants, and spas on Cape Cod and in Southeastern Massachusetts for 50 years. These included the Hearth and Kettle restaurants, as well as The Cape Codder Resort & Spa in Hyannis and the Dan’l Webster Inn & Spa in Sandwich.

Amanda worked in various positions in the restaurants and hotels over the years, most recently as a Sales Manager at The Cape Codder Resort & Spa. She helped with the transition of the property into new ownership with Linchris Hotel Corporation and acted as Area Sales Manager for five of the seven Linchris Cape Cod Properties.

Amanda holds a BFA from New York University. A resident of Bourne, she serves on the board of directors for Love Live Local, a 501(c) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to strengthening Cape Cod’s local economy by promoting the importance of supporting small businesses and fostering a thriving community.

The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization whose mission is to strengthen and promote the regional economic vitality, cultural richness, environmental sensitivity, and social needs of Cape Cod.

Amanda Catania