Gov. Dennis Daugaard has announced that he has appointed four new members to the South Dakota Board of Tourism.
The new members are Ivan Sorbel of Kyle, Kristi Wagner of Whitewood, Mark Schilling of Mitchell, and Ted Hustead of Wall.
Sorbel is the executive director of the Pine Ridge Area Chamber of Commerce. Wagner is owner of the Rushmore Center for Civic Leadership, while Schilling is the director of the Corn Palace and Hustead is president of Wall Drug.
Daugaard said in a news release that he is pleaded the four have agreed to serve on the board.
The governor reappointed Frank Smith of Gettysburg, James Entenman of Sioux Falls and Jim Schade of Volga to the Board of Tourism.
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