CEO Kathy Kramer to Make Appearance at March 6, 2018 Costa Mesa City Council Meeting
CEO Kathy Kramer will make an appearance at the March 6, 2018, Costa Mesa City Council meeting which starts at 6 PM at 77 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa to make a presentation at the beginning of the meeting agendized as "2. Upcoming OC Fair Events & Information – Ms. Kathy Kramer, CEO, OC Fair". As this is an information item and does not have a staff report detailing what is being presented, CEO Kathy Kramer should stick to providing information about upcoming concerts, events, classes, and similar items and refrain from discussion of any and all issues regarding the Master Site Plan, Board of Directors decisions, upcoming items on the Board of Directors agenda, or any matter which is not strictly informational. Council Members should also refrain from discussing issues which do not appear on the agenda with CEO Kramer at this time.
If CEO Kathy Kramer wants to discuss those items with the Costa Mesa City Council, she needs to come back and ask for the item(s) to be placed on the agenda with a staff report prepared and with both the Council and public allowed to ask questions and make comments regarding the agenda item. Similarly, if the Council wants a discussion of issues involving the OC Fairgrounds, Council should place the item on the agenda with a staff report prepared and with both the Council and public allowed to ask questions and make comments regarding the agenda item.
Background on CEO Kathy Kramer
Kathy Kramer has worked as:
Director of Sales and Marketing for Harrah's Casino and Hotel in Council Bluffs, Iowa
Midwest Regional Director of Sales and Marketing for Six Continents Hotels and Resorts in Omaha, Nebraska
Vice President of Convention Sales and Marketing for Century Link Center in Omaha, Nebraska
Deputy Director of Phoenix Convention Center and Venues: Ms. Kramer was part of the executive team that oversaw a $600M expansion project tripling the rentable space to nearly one million sq. ft and placing the convention center in the top 25 convention centers in North America. The expansion of the Phoenix Convention Center permanently changed the area around the property and led to the development of hotels and restaurants near the property.
Vice President of Business Operations at Northlands in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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