Schuler served as Jenny's deputy for many years. The fact that he has now succeeded her is a sign of stability and reliability, wrote Arosa Tourism in a statement on Monday.
Under the new management, summer tourism in particular is to be expanded and developed further, according to the statement. With the Arosa Bärenland and other offers, a strong foundation has been created in recent years.
Marion Schmitz new deputy
Marion Schmitz is also part of the new management team. The former marketing and communications specialist took over as Schuler's deputy. Together they want to maintain and further develop the top position in Swiss tourism, Schuler wrote in a statement.
The retiring Pascal Jenny is looking forward to his new challenge. "The job as tourism director was my dream job. However, the day-to-day business often leaves little room for visions and strategic concepts. The change has come at exactly the right time and is in line with the constantly changing framework conditions," he wrote in the press release. (SDA)