Chamber Board Nominations First Slate Closes July 31Additional nominations can be received in writing with 10 signatures until Friday, August 31.
One month remains before the first deadline for nominations to the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce’ Board of Directors. Following the initial July 31st deadline, nominations must be submitted in writing together with 10 signatures of Members in good standing with the Chamber of Commerce.
Four Directors will be elected for three-year terms which will commence in November.
See more information about the Responsibilities of a Board Director and Code of Conduct.
For additional information or to submit a nomination, please call the Chamber office at 624-2626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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