Richmond County Chamber of Commerce welcomes new board members in 2015

The Richmond County Chamber of Commerce  recently announced that new board members were unanimously elected by the membership to serve a three-year term as a directors. The four new directors are: Chuck Cobb of Cobb Investigative Services, Allison Duckworth of FirstHealth Richmond Memorial, Lynn McCaskill of WLWL Radio, and Katie Rohleder of Discovery Place KIDS-Rockingham.

Brian Baucom

Brian Baucom

In addition to the above mentioned the 2015 Richmond County Chamber of Commerce board will be comprised of: 2015 Chairman Brian Baucom of First Bank (photo), Vice Chair Terry Lewis of Maness Tire Pros, Immediate Past Chairman Evans Sheppard of Perdue, Treasurer Elaine Crume of K & W Welding, Mark Rhyne of Pee Dee Electric, Sandra Barnhardt of Carolina Insurance, Dr. Al Covington of Covington, Optometric, Steve Davis of TRG Sign Company, Amy Guinn of Café on Main, Robin Hutchinson of Belk Department Store, Rodger Moore of  K2 Solutions Inc., Dr. Jerry Murphy of Murphy Chiropractic, Dr. Dale McInnis of Richmond Community College, Martie Butler of Richmond County Office of Development and Dr. Cindy Goodman of  Richmond County Schools.

The Board of Directors is the policy body of the Chamber of Commerce. In addition to a genuine, unselfish interest in the Chamber, a member of the Board should have: a willingness to spend time and effort necessary to give the Chamber  proper attention, and participate in general Chamber functions; courage and willingness to have an objective opinion on problems though they may be controversial; the ability to work constructively with the staff, committees, and other Board members; background that provides sound judgment in considering problems and policies; and respect of associates that will give leadership and inspire others to respond.

The Richmond County Chamber of Commerce, with its nearly 400 members, is the leading voice of business in Richmond County and is the largest business advocacy organizations formed to represent and support our members and to strengthen our County’s economy and business environment. Those seeking more information concerning the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce and membership can contact the Chamber at 910-895-9058 or visit the website at www.richmondcountychamber.com.

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