Published On: Wed, Nov 3rd, 2010

The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce has selected the 2011 Board of Directors and officers

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Chosen to serve on the board of directors is Alan Kornblau of the Delray Beach Public Library; Kelli Freeman of Hamilton House Oceanfront Condos; Mike Luciano of Mercedes Benz Delray Beach; Ora Sorensen of Ora Sorensen Gallery; Scott Porten of Porten Companies; Seabron A. Smith of the TED Center; Joe Gillie of Old School Square Cultural Arts Center; David Cook of Hands Stationers; David Reeves of Reeves-Laverdure Public Relations; Dr. Jay Alperin of Jay Alperin, D.D.S., P.A.; and Dr. Kathleen Weigel of Atlantic Community High School.

Returning board members are Cathy Balestriere of Crane’s BeachHouse Hotel  & Tiki Bar; Kimberly Camejo of City National Bank of Florida; Charles F. Cannone of Charles F. Cannone, CPA; Louis J. Carbone of Coastal Design & Development Group; Daniel Castrillion of The Scirocco Group; Brian Cheslack of Chapin, Ballerano & Cheslack; Delray Beach City Manager David T. Harden; Francisco Perez-Azua of Community Redevelopment Agency; Jeff Perlman of Community Ventures Inc.; Donna Sloan of Sloan Building & Design; Sue Tauriello of Tauriello & Company Real Estate, Inc. and Gregg Weiss of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC.

Selected as officers for 2011 are: Gregg Weiss of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. as chairman; Kimberly Camejo of City National Bank of Florida as chairman-elect; Charles F. Cannone of Charles F. Cannone, CPA as vice chairman of Business Technology; Scott Porten of Porten Companies as vice chairman of Governmental Affairs; David Reeves of Reeves-Laverdure Public Relations as vice chairman of Public Relations; Daniel Castrillion of The Scirocco Group as vice chairman of Budget & Finance; Francisco Perez-Azua of Community Redevelopment Agency as vice chairman of Economic Development; Sue Tauriello of Tauriello & Company Real Estate, Inc. as vice chairman of Special Events and Michael Malone as president and chief executive officer.

The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce is a nationally accredited Chamber and represents approximately 900 businesses, organizations, and professionals in Palm Beach and surrounding counties.  This private membership trade association provides business development and retention services for the Greater Delray Beach area.  For more information on the Chamber, its activities, and membership, visit www.delraybeach.com or call 561-279-1380.


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