June 29, 2009
ARLINGTON, TX – In a special ceremony at the Arlington City Council meeting last week, Arlington Mayor, Dr. Robert Cluck, declared June 23, 2009, as Pam Roach Day, a Proclamation in honor of her service as chair of the Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) board of directors.
In a Mayoral Proclamation, Cluck said that Roach successfully reorganized the board of directors’ committee structure, helped develop a long-range strategic plan, and also led a search for a new Bureau president to guide the organization through new and exciting times in Arlington.
“Pam challenged the ACVB Board to new heights in participation, professionalism, engagement and activity throughout the Arlington and North Texas region”, Cluck said.
“This honor is very precious to me”, Roach said. “At such an important time in Arlington’s history, I appreciated the Mayor’s confidence and trust in me to take the Bureau to the next level.”
Roach has been an ACVB board member for four years and served two years as chair. Her term officially expires on June 30, 2009.
A thirty-year resident of Arlington, Roach has served in numerous volunteer capacities including six years on the Planning & Zoning Commission, two years as vice chair. Roach is currently a member of the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee Board of Directors.