From l to r Jeff Hunter, Kaye Scholer law firm; Alan Hooper, Hooper Construction involved in Collegetown Project and Russ Benblatt, Whole Foods.
There's a new leader at the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce.
Outgoing Chair Winston Howell passed the gavel to new board Chair Ed Murray of NAI Talcor as part of the annual breakfast meeting.
The meeting signals the beginning of the Chamber's new budget year.
With close to 1500 members, President and CEO Sue Dick calls the Chamber the voice of business and economic growth in the community.
She says this past year has been marked by new businesses in Tallahassee, lower unemployment and a strong working relationship with the university community.
The Chamber is celebrating its 90th anniversary.
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