2019 Chamber Ambassadors Announced

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February 20, 2019
SOUTHERN PINES, NC – The Moore County Chamber is pleased to announce those serving as Ambassadors for the Chamber in 2019.  Ambassadors are an exclusive group of business professionals who serve as advocates for the Chamber and the business community.  They are highly visible, prestigious volunteers who enjoy the rewards of making new contacts, strengthening relationships and accessing a wealth of information and resources. Ambassadors welcome new businesses to the area and inform them of the benefits of becoming a chamber member.

As an Ambassador these individuals help to increase the retention rate of existing members by being responsive to members’ needs and reinforcing the value of chamber membership. Ambassadors encourage member participation in chamber activities and act as mentors to our new members to help the Moore County Chamber grow. Ambassadors accept the commitment of positive leadership in our Chamber and work as a team of goodwill Ambassadors to our community. Ambassadors are the front-line representative for the Chamber at various networking events and fundraisers to welcome and engage members at these events.

The 2019 Ambassadors Include:
Angela Byam Farmer's Home Furniture
Cyndi Fifield Novae Design Group
Janet Galloway Synergy Wealth Management
Mary Ann Gerney Oakland e Media
Rita Hairston Main Street Home Loans
Philip Holmes Crumpler Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc.
David Hope Fidelity Bank, The
Lisa Long Convention & Visitors Bureau - Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area
Kasia McDaniel Blue Diamond Staging & Design, LLC
Susan McKenzie Aging Outreach Services
George Pender Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Pinehurst
David Shepherd Towering Pines Real Estate
Andy Speck Bobbitt Design Build
Robert Spivey Wealth Strategies for Life, LLC
Ashley Wilson Residence Inn by Marriott
Diane Wilson Towering Pines Real Estate
 “Ambassadors are critical to the on-going success of the Moore County Chamber.  These individuals are instrumental in helping the membership learn more about the Chamber and the many benefits and programs they can take advantage of.” said Linda Parsons, President and CEO of the Moore County Chamber of Commerce. “The Chamber is grateful for the time and commitment these individuals give throughout the year by attending Ribbon Cuttings, Grand Openings, personal visits to member and helping new members navigate the best way to maximize their membership.  These individuals are our most powerful volunteers for the organization.”

Why become an Ambassador?  Being an Ambassador is an opportunity for Chamber members and their respective companies to gain recognition and heightened visibility in the community. Ambassadors gain business exposure by being the first to meet chamber members and put their company’s name in the forefront. Being an Ambassador is also a great networking opportunity with business and community leaders. Ambassadors also contribute to growth and change in the Moore County area and have a chance to give back to the community.  To learn more about the Ambassador program email Linda Parsons at lparsons@moorecountychamber.com or call 910.692.3926.

The 2019 Chamber Ambassador program is being led by Andy Speck with Bobbitt Design Build and Janet Galloway with Synergy Wealth Management is serving as Vice-Chair. 

The mission of the Moore County Chamber of Commerce is to foster a vibrant business community.  They provide quality, value-added services and programs to members to unite Moore County area businesses in a committed effort to strengthen the economic environment and thus, improve the quality of life for all of Moore County.  With over 700 members the Chamber is instrumental in Connecting Commerce and Community and exists to help strengthen the local economy and promote and preserve a quality of life that is second to none.
Linda Parsons, President and CEO
(910) 692-3926