River Region Chamber celebrates 10 years
Past Chairmen of the Board Michael Palamone and Conley Dutreix, RRCC Executive Director Chassity McComack, Blaise Gravois, 2014 Chairman Nathan Stein, Rhonda Hotard and Henry Friloux.
The celbration’s toast was given by longtime supporter and Port of South Louisina Director Paul Aucoin and Conley Dutriex, founding chairman.
In his comments, Aucoin reminisced on how far the Chamber has come and how much growth has taken place in the past decade. He also stressed the importance of teamwork and regionalism.
Dutriex gave praise to the organization’s leaders.
“We need strong leaders to help us to continue to grow, and I think that starts at the top with our board and executive director,” Dutriex said.
Keeping with Dutriex’s comments, RRCC has gained six new members in recent weeks and looks forward to welcoming more with the help of current members. A ribbon cutting was held on Monday, June 23, at Work Day Café and another is scheduled for July 10 at 5:30 p.m. at St. Charles Hospital Cardiovascular Institute of the South, as well as a groundbreaking for Legacy Suites location in St. James Parish.
The River Region Chamber of Commerce can be contacted by phone at (985) 359-9777 or through their website at www.riverregionchamber.org.
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