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July 1, 2013

Chamber of Commerce names new Board

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The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the  Chamber Board of Directors for the fiscal year running from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014.

The new Executive Committee members are: Katie Gambill – 5 Star Radio Group, Chairman; Jeff Truitt – Dex Imaging, 1st Vice Chair; Tommy Bates – Legends Bank, 2nd Vice Chair; Charles Foust, Jr. – Clarksville Foundry, Inc., Immediate Past Chairman; J Runyon – Runyon & Runyon, Legal Counsel; Mark Kelly – Keller Williams Realty, Chair Finance/Administration; Julie Parks – US Bank, Chair Membership Services; Wayne St. Louis – 101st Airborne Assoc., Chair Military Affairs; Jay Albertia – Progressive Directions, Inc., Chair Public & Community Affairs and Chris Goodman – Civil Site Design Group, Chair Business Development.

The Board of Directors includes Stacey Streetman, Pam Powell, Richard Ribeiro, Rex Hawkins, Richard Stevens, Chad Swallows, Frank White, Cathy McLeod, Mike Rainey, Rose Melton, Charlie Koon, Sidney Johnson, Bert Singletary and Brandi Bryant.

Ex-Officio members are CVB Chairman Carolyn Pierce; State Representative Joe Pitts; State Representative Curtis Johnson; State Representative John Tidwell; State Senator Mark Green; City Mayor Kim McMillan; County Mayor Carolyn Bowers; Fort Campbell Garrison Commander COL Buck Dellinger; IDB Chairman Don Jenkins; APSU President Timothy Hall; CMCSS Director BJ Worthington.

The Chamber welcomes the new board members and thanks them for their commitment to the mission of the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce.



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