Published on July 31st, 2015 | by Millennium Magazine Staff0
Greater Lexington Chamber welcomes new Board Officers, Members
LEXINGTON, SC – The Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center welcomes the new members and officers to its 2015-16 board of directors.
This year’s officers are:
Marvin Robinson, Chair – VP, Business Relationship Manager, Wells Fargo, Lexington
Nancy Hutto, Immediate Past Chair – Vice President/Client Officer, Southern First Bank
Tod Augsburger, Chair-Elect – Senior VP & COO, Lexington Medical Center
Shelley Metropol, Treasurer – Owner/Broker, Experienced Real Estate Group
The newly elected board members are:
Joel M. Carter – Principal Architect, Jumper Carter Sease Architects
Marcus Crosswell – Lexington Market President, NBSC, a Division of Synovus Bank
Chris Petty – Owner, Budget Blinds of Lexington
Troy Simpson – VP, Member Services, Mid-Carolina Electric Cooperative
Michael Tucker – Owner/Operator, Chick-fil-A of Lexington
The returning board members are:
Rep. Todd Atwater, ex officio – District 87, SC House of Representatives
Chip Bagnal – Store Manager, Lexington Carpet One Floor & Home
James Berry – Midlands Business Development Manager, Comporium
Todd Carnes, ex officio – Council Member, Town of Lexington
Sen. Ronnie Cromer, ex officio – District 18, SC Senate
Dan Dennis – President, Dennis Corporation
Jim Fadell – President, Carolina Training and Assessments
Johnny Jeffcoat, ex officio – Chair, Lexington County Council
David Jordan, ex officio – Chair, Columbia Metropolitan Airport
Bill Kirkland, ex officio – Executive Director, USC Office of Economic Engagement
Royce Lehman – President, North Lake Construction Co., Inc.
John Phillips – Commercial Account Manager, Granger
Allison Sanford – Director of System Marketing, Palmetto Health
Mike Williams – Facility Personnel Manager, Michelin North America, Inc.
Dr. Karen Woodward, ex officio – Superintendent, Lexington County School District One
Chamber President and CEO Randy Halfacre is excited about the work that this group of community professionals will accomplish. “This group is filled with some of the most respected business professionals in Lexington. I am proud to have them on our board and look forward to enhancing our community through their leadership this year.”
For more information, contact Connor Watkins at (803) 359-6113, ext. 100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center
The Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center (GLC&VC) strengthens and promotes economic prosperity, public policy, quality of life and workforce development in the greater Lexington community. A nonprofit, 501 (c) 6 organization, the GLC&VC represents over 1,000 businesses and more than 30,000 employees. To learn more about the Chamber and the Greater Lexington area, visit www.lexingtonsc.org.