First, “Visit Atlantic City” is the destination marketing operating name for the organization responsible to bring conventions, groups and meetings to Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Our “Back to the Future” headline remark is in direct reference to the fact that Gary Musich has returned as Vice President of Sales for “Visit Atlantic City.”

This is the first report anywhere about Musich’s return.

Musich successfully held this same role when this organization was known as both the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority and MEET AC.

Musich returns upon the departure of Sandi Harvey, who recently retired after serving for more than 25 years in the Atlantic City hospitality industry.

Harvey was a dynamic and successful Vice President of Sales for Visit Atlantic City and several of the previous iterations of this organization.

Harvey rose through the ranks, earning positions of increasing responsibility.

Harvey was directly responsible for productivity reporting, ensuring the sales team had the necessary resources to achieve their goals, and managing the synergy between the Atlantic City Convention Center and numerous property partners.

Harvey will be greatly missed, however, Visit Atlantic City was very fortunate that Musich (Harvey’s immediate past boss) was available to return in this key position.

About his return, Musich said:

"I have had a wonderful sabbatical spending time with my family, helping my son launch his company and serving as Harbor Master at South Seas Island Resort on Captiva Island, Florida,” said Musich. "I'm excited to continue building and promoting Atlantic City as a top destination for events large and small."

Larry Sieg is the President and Chief Executive Officer for Visit Atlantic City.

"We are excited to welcome Gary back into the Visit Atlantic City family," said Sieg.

"His previous 25 years of leadership as Vice President of Convention Sales afford him a wealth of experience and knowledge of the destination, expertise in sales management, and a strong track record of building and managing relationships that will continue to bring leading conventions and events to Atlantic City,” said Sieg.

Musich is also engaged in local volunteerism and charitable work.

Musich is concerned about conservation and preservation of the coastal environment. He loves music and has spent time volunteering for the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF), Captains For Clean Water and the American Cancer Society.

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