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Chamber’s Total Resource Campaign exceeds goal

SALISBURY — The Rowan County Chamber of Commerce announced that its Total Resource Campaign brought in $72,626 total investments vs. a goal of $70,000, for 4 percent over goal for 2016.

“We are proud of all our volunteers who worked so hard in the campaign. Through their dedicated efforts, they helped make a great chamber even greater.” said Tim Norris, vice president of Healthcare Management Consultants and chair-elect of the Rowan Chamber.

Sponsors of the campaign were Walmart and Cloninger Ford/Toyota.

The top producer was Teresa Dakins (Trinity at Home), who had 13,945 points. She won a vacation package valued at over $2,500.

Other top producers were: Wendy Roueche (F&M Bank), second place; Sherry Wilson Boyd (CHS Northeast), third place; Ken Mowery (Novant Health Rowan Medical Center), fourth place; and, Nicole Holmes Matangira (Matangira Recycling), fifth place. All volunteers won prizes donated by chamber member firms.

The top team was “Team USA – Eagles” led Team Captain Sherry Wilson Boyd.

Campaign volunteers brought in 68 new members to date; however, the deadline for 2017 directory and new member perks has been extended until Fri., Sept. 23. If you were not able to join during the campaign and are still interested in membership, contact the Rowan Chamber at 704-633-4221 or info@rowanchamber.org or www.rowanchamber.com.

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