McBride selected to Elite Group of Chamber Professionals

McBride selected to Elite Group of Chamber Professionals

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

(Press Release)

Lubbock Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Eddie McBride was selected by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to join the Chamber of Commerce Committee of 100 (CCC100).

“Members of the CCC100 are hand-selected to represent and communicate the perspectives and needs of chambers from state, metro and local communities,” said Sara Armstrong, Vice President of Political Affairs and Federation Relations at the U.S. Chamber. “Given your leadership and close partnership with the U.S. Chamber, we have recommended you for membership in this elite group of 100 chamber executives representing chambers from around the country.”

Key responsibilities of this elite group of executives is to attend two exclusive meetings each year on leadership, policy, and best practices. CCC100 will help identify emerging issues that will impact chambers and their members, and help to advise the U.S. Chamber on programs and services for local and regional chambers while providing feedback on policy-related issues.

“This is a huge honor,” said McBride. “I’m humbled by this opportunity to serve with the top executives in the Chamber business and I know this will immensely benefit Lubbock and our business community.”

To learn more about the mission and programs of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce visit www.USChamber.com.

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