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Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce Searches For New Executive Director

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SALISBURY, Md. - The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce is searching for a new Executive Director. In December, Brad Bellacicco, who filled the position for 14 years, resigned.

The Chamber has now formed a Executive Director Search Committee, to find and recommend someone new for the position. The Committee is headed by Past President John McClellan of Sperry Van Ness - Miller Commercial Real Estate, and includes other key members and officers of the Chamber.

Sandy Fitzgerald-Angello, President of the Chamber, said "the really good news is that the chamber is not forced to make a quick decision since immediate past President Ernie Colburn is our Interim Executive Director."

McClellan said "the Search Committee has already received well over one hundred resumes from across the United States; a change in leadership warrants a very thorough and deliberate process and we are dedicated to locating the best person for our community and Chamber. The committee has met regularly and will continue to diligently refine the leadership criteria to locate the next leader of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce and its over 800 member businesses."

If you are interested in the position, resumes can be submitted to Tony Nichols by email, at tony.nichols@bbsihq.com.

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