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Gov. Pat McCrory speaks with Julia Farmer, left, with the Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce, and Bill Daughtridge, center, his secretary of administration, during the Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce's 109th annual meeting on Thursday January 31 at Nash Community College's Brown Auditorium.

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Gov. Pat McCrory speaks with Julia Farmer, left, with the Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce, and Bill Daughtridge, center, his secretary of administration, during the Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce's 109th annual meeting on Thursday January 31 at Nash Community College's Brown Auditorium.

Chamber adds new programs in 2013

“We’d like to think that the members get a lot of value out of membership currently. But anything we can do to add more value just makes sense.”


Bill Lehnes
Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce chairman

By John Henderson

Staff Writer

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The Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce launched new programs in 2013 that were designed to help its members save money and run their businesses more efficiently.

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