IAAPA Welcomes New Staffer to European Office

For Immediate Release

IAAPA Welcomes New Senior Manager, European Operations,
 Pablo Moragrega

(June 2, 2014) – The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) announces Pablo Moragrega will join its IAAPA Europe office located in Brussels, Belgium, in July 2014 as senior manager of European operations.  

Moragrega will be responsible for recruitment and retention of IAAPA members in Europe and will also develop and implement educational offerings, including conference sessions at the Euro Attractions Show, regional events, and webinars. He will manage all IAAPA communication materials for European members, including newsletters, IAAPA News Flash Extra: Europe Edition, direct mail campaigns, and more.

Moragrega comes to IAAPA with an extensive 16-year career in the attractions industry. Most recently, he was general manager of Serena Villas, Waterpark & Ski Resort in Helsinki, Finland. Previously he was country manager at Neverland Park in Madrid, Spain, and regional operations manager for Ares SA in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Moragrega earned an MBA from IE Business School in Spain, and holds bachelor degrees from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya and the National University of Quilmes. His native language is Spanish and he also speaks English, German, and Italian.

About IAAPA
Founded in 1918, IAAPA is the largest international trade association for permanently situated amusement facilities and attractions, and is dedicated to the preservation and prosperity of the attractions industry. The association’s global headquarters is in Alexandria, Virginia, United States, and it maintains regional offices in Brussels, Mexico City, and Hong Kong. www.IAAPA.org

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Editor’s Note: An image of Moragrega is available upon request.

Contact Information:
pressoffice@IAAPA.org or +1 703/299-5127
Colleen Mangone, Manager, Media Relations, cmangone@IAAPA.org
David Mandt, VP Communications, dmandt@IAAPA.org
In Europe:
Karen Staley, VP European Operations, kstaley@IAAPA.org