PRESS RELEASE

CHEROKEE COUNTY, GA (May 2, 2024) – The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Paul Seals, Field Representative for U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk, has been named the Chairman’s Council Volunteer of the Quarter for second quarter 2024. He was honored during the Chamber’s May Good Morning Cherokee networking event.

The Chairman’s Council is a group of key community volunteers who offer their time to help cultivate successful relationships with business owners across Cherokee County. Members are accepted by invitation only from the Chamber’s Board Chair. The Chairman’s Council members are invited to attend ribbon cuttings and ground-breakings, Coffee & Connections, For New Members, and special invitation Chamber meetings that aren’t open to the general membership.

Paul says of his time as a member of the Chairman’s Council, “I was excited when it was announced that I would be part of the Chairman’s Council this year and it has been awesome. The Chairman’s Council is such a wonderful group of people and the mission to be involved with the Chamber all over Cherokee County has been amazing. I look forward to continuing to serve and assist the Cherokee Chamber in any capacity they need me.”

In determining the Volunteer of the Quarter, attendance at Chamber events is evaluated for all members of the Chairman’s Council. “Paul has been a great addition to the Chairman’s Council, and we appreciate all the time and effort he has given to the Chamber,” said Eric Rein, Senior VP & Commercial Relationship Officer, Renasant Bank, and 2024 Chamber Board Chair.

The mission of the Cherokee County Chamber, a Georgia Certified Chamber of Commerce, is to promote business to expand the economy and enrich the community. For information on the Chamber and its programs, visit CherokeeChamber.com.

Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce

 

 

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