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Hartselle Enquirer

Chamber announces ambassador class for new year

Special to the Enquirer

The Hartselle Chamber of Commerce recently announced its Ambassador Class of 2023.

According to the HACC, ambassadors are a highly visible, prestigious group of volunteers who give their time to provide a crucial link between the Chamber, its members and the community. They are passionate about the Chamber, and their involvement not only benefits the HACC, but their own business exposure as well.

Ambassadors are an essential front-line representative of the Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce at public and Chamber-sponsored events and help to ensure that all members receive the maximum benefit from their investment. They enjoy the rewards of making new contacts, strengthening relationships and accessing a wealth of information and resources that lead the way to greatly enhancing any business or organization’s success.

The class of 2023 includes: Jamie Lynn Bates – Jamie Bates and Assoc, Inc (president); Laura Watson – Hartselle Utilities (incoming president); Nikki Tallent-Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County (immediate past president); Bettye English- Hartselle Historic Society (Ambassador Emeritus); Dan Odle -The Piedmont Group (Member Care); Dewayne Eddy -LPL Financial (Member Care); Ginger Cataline -Daystar Church Hartselle Campus (Hospitality); Brittany Powell – Peck-Glasgow Insurance (Hospitality); Christina Sirten – Main St. Mortgage, Inc (DHBL Executive Director); Anna Baker – Hartselle Enquirer and Tennessee Valley Media; Jennifer Williams – Kiwanis Club of Hartselle; Dena Nagel – Journeys by Design Travel & Tours; Kimberly Lewis – Angel Keepers; Malinda Hall – Peoples Bank of Alabama; Nancy Solberg – 209 Railroad Street Yard Sale; Stephanie Farris – McCutchen Dental; Teri Watson – Realtor, MarMac Real Estate; Glenn Stokes – J. T. Ray Company; Brandon Evans – Cullman Regional- Hartselle Health Park; Laura Miller – Hartselle Historic Society; Jade Chowning – Merit House Realty; Annette Dean – Annette Dean, Cattle Farmer; Steven Bumpers – Bumpers Excavation Services, LLC; Kristie Berry – Boxwood Roofing & Restoration; Amanda Cadrecha – Trucker’s Warehouse; Ashley Thompson – Thompson Homes.

 

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