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Mike McLaran, former CEO of the Salem (OR) Chamber of Commerce, passed away Saturday morning, March 30, after suffering an apparent heart attack while jogging. He was 53.
More than 200 ACCE member chambers of commerce have been invited to apply for the Chamber of the Year award, the most prestigious award in the chamber profession. The award is sponsored this year by WebLink International.
ACCE President Mick Fleming was recently appointed to a second three-year term as Vice-Chair of the World Chambers Federation’s (WCF) General Council. The appointment came during the executive board meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce. Fleming holds the distinction as the first American to have been elected to serve on the WCF board.
ACCE is so pleased to introduce Google, the search-engine and technology powerhouse, as its new corporate partner.
At ACCE, volunteering is more than just an opportunity to help your national association. It's a way for you to connect with your peers, share your strengths and impart your knowledge on a national level—all while making ACCE even stronger. Visit ACCE's new Volunteer Portal and find an engagement opportunity based on what you like to do and the time you have available.
Vic Mathias, who served 29 years as CEO of the Austin (TX) Chamber and was a great friend to many in the chamber profession, died Jan. 14. He was 86.
Marian Ivers, who served the Greater Omaha (NE) Chamber for 27 years and was ACCE’s first female Honorary Life Member, passed away on January 8. She was 90.