Lowcountry Tourism Commission Staff

 

Executive Director: Peach Morrison
peach@southcarolinalowcountry.com

Snapper Momma

Peach is a born and bred South Carolinian. She has been with the Commission since March of 2007. Peach grew up in Summerville and attended the College of Charleston. She has worked in the hospitality industry for many more years than she would like to admit. Hurricane Hugo blew her back to school in 1989 and she slowly but surely worked her way back to the coast.

Peach loves the natural beauty of the four county region the commission serves. She and her husband, Mike, live in Beaufort and love to fish, boat and play golf.

 

Director of Visitors’ Center Operations: Lynn Bristow
lynn@southcarolinalowcountry.com

Lynn settled in the Lowcountry in 1997 when she moved from England. After spending ten years running her own business in the hospitality industry, she joined the Lowcountry Tourism staff in 2007.

Combining her two loves of history and the Lowcountry, she now lives in Downtown Beaufort with her African Gray parrot.

 

Director of Online Content Management
& Administration: Carmen Pinckney
carmen@southcarolinalowcountry.com

Carmen is a native of the state, and graduate of the University of
South Carolina. Spending weekends and summers along the shores of our state’s rivers and beaches, she has developed a love of nature. She made the Lowcountry her home in 1989 when she married a local wildlife biologist. She enjoys horseback riding, hiking, biking, boating, flying, and spending the day at the beach.

Working at the South Carolina Lowcountry Tourism Commission gives her the opportunity to visit with tourists and share the many events happening in our four county region.

 

Former Executive Director: Jim Wescott
Always With Us…

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Jim was a resident of the South Carolina Lowcountry for 30 years. For over 27 years, he was involved with promoting the Lowcountry Tourism Region of South Carolina (Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton & Jasper counties) as a vacation and tourism destination as well as one for retirement/relocation.

He initiated the organization of several special events in the Lowcountry Region and often donated his time and talents to design tee-shirts and programs for some of the area festivals and tournaments, and was involved in several community events in the four-county Lowcountry area.

He had over twenty-one years experience as a volunteer, was a trained river guide for the Edisto River Canoe and Kayak Trail Commission and was an accomplished kayaker and canoeist. He and his wife, Trish, were often found paddling or enjoying the outdoors with their two labs.

Under his leadership, the Lowcountry Tourism Commission restored a circa 1868 house located just off Interstate 95, Exit 33 at Point South, and it operates the Lowcountry Visitors Center and Museum in the old Frampton Plantation house. In 1998, the Southeast Tourism Society recognized the Lowcountry & Resort Islands Tourism Commission with another Shining Example Award as the Regional Tourism Organization of the Year in the Southeast.