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    Thursday, January 14 2016
    Categories: Announcement
    Friday, January 08 2016
    Retired Maj. Gen. Rodney O. Anderson said he will use strategic planning skills he learned in the Army to lead the Greater Fayetteville Chamber. Anderson, who retired in 2012, was named president and CEO of the chamber Thursday. He was deputy commanding general of Fort Bragg and the 18th Airborne Corps from July 2010 until his retirement and also served as the 82nd Airborne Division's deputy ...read more
    Categories: President's Corner
    Monday, January 04 2016
    Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brent Michaels (910) 678-8209 Fayetteville Tech’s New Athletic Director to Launch College’s Sports Programs FAYETTEVILLE, NC – January 4, 2016 – Fayetteville Technical Community Col l ege (FTCC) announced today that it has hired Mike Neal as the College’s Director of Intercollegiate Athletics. Neal will be introduced at ...read more
    Categories: Official News Release
    Thursday, July 09 2015
    As has been widely reported, the Department of Defense has announced troop reduction numbers across the country, and Fort Bragg is slated to lose a net of 842 military positions by the end of 2017. "While we are disappointed for any losses at Fort Bragg, the small reduction we will see versus original estimates is further reinforcement that our community continues to be a blueprint of how a ...read more
    Categories: Announcement, Government Affairs, Official News Release
    Thursday, May 28 2015
    Fayetteville Regional Chamber President and CEO Doug Peters has announced his resignation effective December 31, 2015, the Chamber announced Thursday. Peters, who leads both the Chamber and its Economic Development Alliance, has held the position since June of 2008. "Today's announcement is bittersweet, given my passion for the Chamber, our members and our work on their behalf," ...read more
    Categories: Announcement, Official News Release
    Wednesday, May 20 2015
    The Fayetteville Regional Chamber of Commerce announced today the findings and recommendations of the Chamber 2025 Task Force. The 2025 Task Force's goal was to study, evaluate, and make strategic recommendations on where and how the Chamber can reposition itself over the next 10 years, to meet the needs of its members, the business community and the broader community. This task force was made ...read more
    Categories: Announcement, Official News Release