Logan Baker is a lifelong Pigeon Forge resident, who attended Pigeon Forge Schools (K-12) and grew up in the tourism industry. Logan is the son of John Baker and Carol Cole, the grandson of Eddie and Jean Baker and Steve and Andi Collier, and the great-grandson of Mindle and Irene Collier. Logan’s family instilled in him at young age the importance of family values, hard work, and drive for success. His leadership qualities were evident right out of the gate.

By the end of high school, his experience had garnered him Class President, Student Body President, National Honor Society Secretary, Principal’s Award Recipient, and Dolly Parton Scholarship Recipient. Logan then went on to attain his Bachelor’s Degree in Business and completed his MBA in 2018.

While furthering his higher education, Logan held positions as an Area Marketing Representative at Rafting in the Smokies, Group Sales Manager at Lumberjack Feud, Sales and Marketing Manager at Diverse Concepts, Sales and Business Development Manager at Wampler’s Farm Sausage, and currently is the Director of Operations at Camp RiversLanding. In these positions, Logan was/is responsible for preparing budgets, creating sales and marketing strategies, scheduling and overseeing employees, and building and maintaining business relationships.

While serving at Lumberjack Feud and Diverse Concepts, Logan was awarded by his colleagues at Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina Motorcoach Associations the Rookie of the Year Award for his supreme knowledge of the Pigeon Forge tour and travel industry. After spearheading and completing renovations at his current workplace, Logan was awarded the Sevier County Lodging Alliance 2016 Under 30 Emerging Leader Award. In addition, Logan was chosen as a member of the Leadership Tomorrow class of 2019 and will graduate in May.

Logan has given back to the community by serving as a former volunteer golf coach for Pigeon Forge Middle School, working with the Young Executives of Sevierville helping organizations like SMARM, Sevier County Food Ministry, and Keep Sevier Beautiful, planning the Climbing for Hope fundraiser to benefit Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic, and most recently, creating a fun, new event called the Pigeon River Polar Plunge that benefits the United Way of Sevier County.

As you can see Logan Baker is a well-educated young professional with the tourism and business experience to serve the people of the great city of Pigeon Forge. Logan loves his city and its people more than anybody and sees an opportunity for a better future under his leadership.