The Greenville-Pitt County Convention & Visitors Bureau (Visit Greenville, NC) is pleased to announce Megan Singleton has joined their team as a new Communication & Marketing Assistant.  

In this position, Singleton will assist in the planning, development, deployment, and analysis of Visit Greenville, NC’s leisure, meetings, and sports marketing and communications, as well as assist in the development of projects and initiatives to grow the Greenville-Pitt County destination.

“We are thrilled to have Megan on board, and know her experience and enthusiasm will make a great addition to our team and our expanding Communications & Marketing department,” stated Sierra Jones, Vice President of Destination Marketing & Development with Visit Greenville, NC. “We are growing as an organization to better meet the marketing needs of our growing Greenville-Pitt County destination and to help move our local tourism industry forward.”

Originally a Greenville native, Singleton graduated with a Bachelors in Global Studies and a minor in Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management from the University of South Carolina in 2022, where she worked as a Member Services Leader with Campus Recreation, and as Head of Marketing, PR, and Fundraising with the Carolina Mountaineering Club. Singleton also worked as an Events and Marketing Intern with the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association, and as an Event Logistics Intern with Charleston Wine + Food. Before joining Visit Greenville, NC, Singleton worked as a Trip Leader for high school students with The Road Less Traveled.

“I am so excited to be joining the Visit Greenville, NC team. Since I moved to South Carolina in 2018, Greenville has grown exponentially,” stated Singleton. “I am eager to help promote and share what an amazing place my hometown is, and I hope to positively impact the community going forward by sharing stories of what makes this city special to future visitors.”

In her free time, Singleton enjoys taking in all that North Carolina has to offer, from diving off Wrightsville Beach, paddle boarding on the Tar River, to camping in Pisgah National Forest. She is excited to move back to Pitt County to enjoy the local activities with her family.