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New Richland Area Chamber Of Commerce President Introduced
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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 6/24/2014

The new president of the Richland Area Chamber of Commerce introduces herself to the public, by way of the local media. Jodie Perry was in Mansfield Monday, first to sit in on a board of directors meeting, then to talk with local reporters. Perry is an Ashland University graduate and started her career with the Ashland Chamber of Commerce. She's spent the last eight years as president of the Greece New York Chamber of Commerce, outside of Rochester, and looks forward to returning to her second home. Perry hopes to help attract new businesses to Richland County. Jodie Perry was the unanimous choice after the field of forty applicants was narrowed to three finalists. She starts her new job July seventh.

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