Chamber announces new board of directors
The Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce has elected its new board of directors. The original board was composed of 21 members with seven members each serving one-, two- or three-year terms.
The one-year terms have been replaced with individuals committed to serving a three-year term. Of the seven members recently elected, five had been on the board serving a one-year term, and two are new members.
“This board reflects our local business community in that it is comprised of small businesses, professionals, gaming, health care and resort representatives,” said “B” Gorman, chief executive officer of the chamber. “The group’s diverse business expertise and experience partnered with their enthusiasm will ensure we represent and serve the chamber membership. The new board met for the first time on Nov. 15 to begin their work.”
The second annual member survey will be e-mailed to chamber members this week in an effort to collect their opinions, concerns and interests for next year.
For more information on the chamber, call (530) 544-5050, ext. 229, or (775) 588-1728, or go to http://www.tahoechamber.org.
Patrick Atherton – Lake Tahoe Chocolate Factory
Carol Daum – Design Scapes
Phil Herback – Park Cattle Company
Deb Howard – Deb Howard & Company
Cheryl Murakami – Remax Realty
Linda Van Dam – Grocery Direct and Dart Liquor
Weldon Wulstein – Wulstein Financial Services
Blaise Carrig – Heavenly Mountain Resort
Gary Midkiff – Midkiff & Associates
Monica Sciuto – Barton Hospital
Steve Lowe – Harrah’s and Harveys
Michael McLaughlin – Feldman Shaw
John Packer – Harrah’s and Harveys
Doug Rousse – Lake Tahoe Master Framing
Mike Bradford – Lakeside Inn and Casino
Carol Chaplin – Aramark
Carol McClintock – Horizon Hotel
Dr. Mireya Ortega – High Sierra Dental Care
Patrick Ronan – Tahoe Lakeshore Lodge and Spa
Carl Ribaudo – Strategic Marketing Group
Pam Wheeler – Lakeside Inn & Casino
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