Veronica Seaman Named Director Of Sales And Events At LEO Events

Monday, June 17, 2013

LEO Events, an event management company based in Memphis with offices in Chattanooga, Nashville and Myrtle Beach, S.C. announced that Veronica Seaman has joined the company as director of sales and events. She will be based in the Chattanooga office. 

"We're thrilled to bring Veronica on board the LEO team, as she brings a wealth of event management expertise," said Kent Underwood, principal and lead of LEO's Chattanooga-based operation.

A native of Ooltewah, Ms. Seaman graduated from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. While a college student, she started her own wedding and events business. Most recently she was the director of advancement and alumni affairs at her alma mater, Notre Dame High School in Chattanooga. 


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