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Alaska Travel Adventures Inc. announced the appointment by the board of directors of Kelli Dindinger as the new president of Alaska Travel Adventures.

Dindinger, 34, was an associate broker for RE/MAX Properties in Anchorage where she also owns and manages a number of residential rental units. Her travel industry experience includes management, sales and marketing positions at the Anchorage Holiday Inn, Westmark Hotels and the Westin Alyeska Prince Resort. Her recent appointment marks a return to Alaska Travel Adventures, where she worked previously as a lead guide for ATA's Mendenhall River rafting operation.
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Title Annotation:Right Moves; Alaska Travel Adventures Inc.; appointed Kelli Dindinger as president
Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Feb 1, 2006
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