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In Case You Missed It: Worcester Chamber of Commerce Gets Aggressive

Saturday, July 13, 2013

 

Tim Murray did not take long to send a new message from the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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Worcester's Chamber of Commerce Gets Aggressive

One man’s softball is another’s hardball. Tim Murray learned that valuable lesson the old-fashioned way. He earned it.

Murray is the new president and CEO of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce. On June 3, he replaced Dick Kennedy, who had held those posts for the past nine years. Murray is being paid $200,000 a year – much more than the $125,000 annual paycheck he received as second-in-command to Deval Patrick for the past six- and-a-half years.

Job One for Murray: To establish the Chamber as the economic-development catalyst for Greater Worcester – especially, the hub of the region, Worcester. That undertaking will be as daunting a mission as it is long overdue.

To read about Murray's aggressive new stance at the Chamber, go here.
 

 

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