May 28, 2020 - Colleton River Club recently announced the hiring of Kerri Neiderer as Marketing and Membership Manager.

In this role, Neiderer will oversee their strategic membership development program, coordinating and customizing each Member Experience for the community’s potential new members. Generating qualified leads, nurturing relationships with existing and potential members, and implementing her strong understanding of the area market dynamics are her everyday functions as Marketing and Membership Manager at Colleton River Club. 

Neiderer has over 25 years of experience in the advertising and marketing industries. A native of Barrington, Rhode Island, she moved to the area in 2014 where she used her passions for marketing and design at J. Banks Design. Neiderer is driven and dynamic. In 2004, she formed a home staging business (Show & Sell Home Staging), which she successfully operated for seven years in Southern New Jersey. Prior to that she worked for several different travel and tourism companies, such as: Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Chase Manhattan Bank, American Express, Mizuno Sports and Yosemite National Park. A graduate from the University of Richmond with a BA in Journalism and Political Science, Neiderer started her career working for a variety of advertising agencies in New York, San Francisco, Baltimore and Annapolis. 

Happy to call the Lowcountry home, Neiderer lives on Hilton Head Island with her husband and their two children.  She is active in the community and enjoys traveling, cooking and entertaining friends and family.

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