owensboro chamber blue 300OWENSBORO, Ky. (10/22/13) - The Owensboro Chamber of Commerce has hired a new team mem-ber to assist its efforts to provide member benefits, legislative leadership and continued growth to its more than 900 members. Jim DeMaio will join the Chamber team on Oct. 28 as the Vice President - Membership Development.

DeMaio has served as a Chamber Ambassador, and most recently as the Vice Chair of the Ambassadors in 2013. He is a graduate of the Emerge Owensboro leadership development program. He has been a realtor in the Greater Owensboro market since 2002 and earned the Century 21 Masters Award for Production in 2012. He is a director at-large for the Kentucky Association of Realtors, and was pivotal in securing their annual conference moving to Owensboro in 2015. In 2011, he was the President of the Greater Owensboro Realtor Association as well.

"We are excited to bring Jim on-board to the Chamber team. Our goals in this position are to expand our leadership and advocacy efforts, as well as improve upon our membership services. We have tre-mendous strength in numbers through our members, and Jim will bring a great passion for the purpose of the Chamber in this new role," said Amy Jackson, President and CEO.

In his role at the Chamber, DeMaio will have responsibility for all aspects of the membership devel-opment process, including recruitment and retention, member services, sponsorship sales, advocacy efforts, and leadership of the Chamber Ambassadors.

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