The Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce a new staff addition. Bill Marshall joins the Chamber as the new business liaison.
A graduate of Western Kentucky University, Marshall has had successful careers in both state government and as a small business owner. He brings to the Chamber experience in the areas of business development, program coordination and marketing.
In his new position, Marshall is responsible for overseeing or helping in all aspects of the Chamber member experience from partner benefits, programs and events, advocacy, communications, etc. This includes working with the Board, Ambassadors, staff and all other committees who can provide assistance in achieving membership goals.
“This position is a reflection of the importance of recruiting, retaining and engaging our members in many of the activities of the organization.” said Bobby Clue, Somerset-Pulaski Chamber of Commerce Executive Director. “It is our intent to provide our members with the best experience possible and provide each person with true value through membership in our organization.”
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