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December 19, 2011
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DeKalb Chamber of Commerce Elects New Board Members
The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that it has elected six business leaders to join its Board of Directors. The new directors start their three year term effective January 2, 2011. The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce Board provides strategic direction and sets policy for the 73 year old business organization.
The incoming directors will be filling the slots vacated by board members whose terms expired this year. The incoming board represents a cross section of industries and companies with both a local, regional, and national presence. DeKalb Chamber President, Leonardo McClarty stated, "I am very excited about the men and women elected to serve. This group represents diverse industries and brings a vast amount of skill sets and resources with them." McClarty added, "We truly have a group that is known within the Atlanta region and is held in high esteem by their colleagues."
The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce will formerly introduce its new board members and recognize its outgoing members at its Annual Meeting & Legislative Reception slated for January 26 at the Retreat at Perimeter Summit located at 1001 Summit Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30319. Tickets for the Annual Meeting are $85 per person and may be purchased by contacting the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce office at 404-378-8000 or visiting www.dekalbchamber.org.
2012 Incoming DeKalb Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
Patrick Desamours - Financial Advisor, Edward Jones
Al Edwards - Managing Director, Corporate Environmental Risk Management
Leonard Grimes - President, Atlanta Life General Agency
Diane McClearen - Director of Community Affairs, Oglethorpe Power
Ross Maple - CFO, Nordic Cold Storage
Laurie Sossa - President, Southern Barter Club
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DeKalb Chamber of Commerce
100 Crescent Centre Parkway, Suite 680, Tucker, Georgia 30084 - 404-378-8000
"Barter is a great way to do business and Laurie is an expert making it a win-win relationship for her members and their products/services!"
Bonnie Ross-Parker with joy of connecting
No Cash Required at Dacula's Trading Post
The Dacula store is a brick-and-mortar version of the Southern Barter Company, which allows businesses to trade goods and services for barter dollars. Read More Here on Dacula Patch
Dagmar Sands Interviews Laurie Sossa about Barter Services in Johns Creek, GA
Dagmar Sands interviews Laurie Sossa to share with Johns Creek City Guide business owners how Southern Barter Club works as a membership based trading network and market place for large and small businesses. It is a community of local businesses that barter their services, goods, and available resources to acquire needed goods & services without spending CASH.
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Atlanta Business Radio interviews SCORE, SBA Business Expo and Southern Barter Club Founders/Members. Click Here to Listen
(SBC is 75% of the way through recording - feel free to fast forward)
The owners of Southern Barter Club take to YouTube to promote barter by following a couple of members through a day of bartering. Read Full Article 03.04.2010
11 Alive covers the Southern Barter Club AGAIN!
SBC takes front page in the Gwinnett Daily Post
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Check out SBC's feature article on Thrillist Atlanta