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|Bob Miller of Alma, WI Elected Pilot/CEO of National Mississippi River Parkway Commission|
|News Releases - Environment & Weather|
|Written by Kate Hagen|
|Friday, 25 October 2013 08:25|
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (October 24, 2013) – Bob Miller was elected Pilot/CEO of the National Mississippi River Parkway Commission (MRPC) at their annual meeting in St. Louis, MO September 18-20, 2013.
Mr. Miller has served on the Executive Committee for the past three years. In the past Miller served as chair of the MRPC Environment, Recreation and Agriculture Committee and the Endowment Foundation Committee, and spent seven years as the Wisconsin Commissioner.
“It is an honor to have been selected to lead this great organization,” Miller said. “I’ve enjoyed being a part of it for many years and I’m excited to bring that experience to this new position.”
In addition to his dedication and contributions to the MRPC, members also chose Miller for his instrumental role in developing a 10-state agritourism promotion funded in part by a National Scenic Byway grant.
The Mississippi River Parkway Commission was formed in 1938, made up of the 10 states that parallel the Mississippi River on both sides, for the purpose of developing the Great River Road.
The MRPC continues to support, preserve and enhance the resources and economic opportunities of the Mississippi River Valley and to develop highways and amenities of the Great River Road. The road stretches nearly 3,000 miles from the headwaters of the Mississippi River in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico.
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