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Historic RailPark & Train Museum Welcomes Aboard Debbie!



We are thrilled to announce that Debbie Eaton will join our team at the Historic RailPark & Train Museum as our Tour & Programming Manager! In this position, Debbie will be heading various tasks to lead in the sales, development and implementation of our RailPark offerings including BG Trolley Tours & Rentals as well as UnSeen BG Tours. As we work to grow our customer experience through both public and private tour and rental offerings, we are also growing our staff. "Having the opportunity to bring Debbie onto our team with her experience and background is a tremendous benefit to the RailPark and the Bowling Green tourism industry at large," said Jamie Johnson, Executive Director of the RailPark. 

Debbie's Experience
Debbie is one of only a few Certified Travel Industry Specialist in the Southern Kentucky region. She is also certified as a Tourism Marketing Professional. Throughout her 23 years of tourism experience, she has worked with a variety of establishments including hotels, attractions, and restaurants all across the Bowling Green area. She has also worked for the Convention Visitor's Bureau, National Corvette Museum and most recently at the Chamber of Commerce. Since 2018, Debbie has been a part of the Unseen BG Tours. She has also worked as a step-on-guide to a variety of tour companies.

Some of Debbie's achievements include...

? Working with the City of Bowling Green to facilitate the first "Motorcoach Only" parking space downtown
? Curating the hit Bowling Green tour "Planes, Trains, & Automobiles" 
? Establishing the area's Quarterly Attractions Meeting 
? Voted "Best Tourism Professional of 2023" By Southern Kentucky Hospitality Association 

Debbie's most recent experience is in sales & marketing for the group travel industry, creating tour itineraries, guiding tours, and acting as a step-on-guide. Debbie is looking forward to applying her skillset and vast experience towards the tours offered by the BG Trolley, UnSeen, and the RailPark. 

Please help us welcome Debbie Eaton to the RailPark and back to the tourism scene in Bowling Green. Debbie can be reached now via email at [email protected] or by calling  270-745-7317.

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