Cloud County Tourism promotes the historical, artistic and cultural treasures in Cloud County such as the Brown Grand Theatre, National Orphan Train Complex, the Whole Wall Brick Mural, Cloud County Historical Society Museum, Camp Concordia WWII POW Camp, and the Nazareth Motherhouse. We give free tours for visitors from North Central Kansas, and all over the world.
Stop into the Cloud County Convention & Tourism Center and visit with us about Kansas!
Meet The Team
As Director of Cloud County Tourism, Susie is the driving force for North Central Kansas and Cloud County. Susie is passionate about rural Kansas and has been dedicated to showcasing all that Kansas has to offer for decades.
Do you want to know some interesting facts about Susie? Susie owns a fun pair of glittery red tennis shoes. She was the lead singer of the acapella group "Susie and the LuWondas," who traveled the state promoting the sights and sounds of Kansas. Susie is a long-time supporter of the Kansas Sampler Foundation, and is also a charter member of the Kansas Explorers Club. And this year, Susie received the 2017 Marian D. Cook Legacy Award!
Director of Tours
Marian is always on the look out for amazing Kansas made products to add to our gift shop. When Marian isn't decorating the front window displays at Cloud County Tourism, she is helping tourists plan their trip to Cloud County!
As the Director of Tours, Marian can guide you on where to eat, stay, what attractions to visit and what our local night-life has to offer. If you're lucky, Marian and Susie will tag along with your group and provide an exciting personal guided tour of Concordia!
Director of Communications
As the Director of Communications, Jordan manages Cloud County Tourism's external communications. Developing internal publications such as newsletters, releases, announcements, videos and updating our social media sites. You might see her around Concordia snapping photographs of tours and local events!
Official Tourism Cat
Most days, Mamie can be found snoozing in a chair or the old red feed truck. When she is feeling friendly she will greet guests as they walk into the Cloud County Museum Annex. Her favorite activities include sun bathing in the windows and finding a high spot to climb!