Ambassadors of the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber Ambassadors serve as representatives of the Chamber and goodwill ambassadors welcoming new businesses to the area and making our special events possible.
Raven Lenz, Chair | BlackBird Bathhouse
Mary Lynne O’Neal | Bear Creek Smokehouse
Sandy Futrell, Secretary | Individual Member
Pat Owen, Treasurer | Sullivan Funeral Home
Shan Best | CHRISTUS Good Shepherd HomeCare, Charles Cornish | Wiley College, Dr. D. Garreth Durrant | Marshall Independent School District, Lakreecia Fisher | Woodforest Bank, Brandon Fletcher | Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, Sandy Futrell | Individual Member, Richard Gaulden | Sullivan Funeral Home, BobbiJo Robinson | Genesis PrimeCare, Greg Hudson | CenterPoint Energy, Kelsie Hopkins | Individual Member, Fran Hurley | Marshall Regional Arts Council, Trey Jackson | Marshall Elks Lodge, Flo Jasper | Individual Member, Raven Lenz | Black Bird Bathhouse, Louraiseal McDonald | Harrison County Extension Office, Josh Moore | Moore’s Outdoors, Thomas Moran | Individual Member, Judge John Oswalt | Individual Member, Renea Oswalt | Blue Cross Blue Shield, Mary Lynne O’Neal | KMHT Radio 103.9FM, Lovee Pinson | Individual Member, Ashlyn Regester | CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Hospital, Debbie Rogers | ETBU, Traci Rogers| Bear Creek Smokehouse, Jeff Stuart | Conterra Networks, Orlando Valle | First National Bank, Hughes Springs, and Anne Yappen | Action Realty. Ambassador Partners: Lacy Burson | City of Marshall Main Street, Glenn Barnhart | City of Marshall, Memorial City Hall Performance Center, Leann White | City of Marshall Tourism, Economic Development
What is a Chamber Ambassador?
Ambassadors are special people! They represent the Harrison County community and the surrounding area and are goodwill “ambassadors” for the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce. Ambassadors are usually the most outgoing, pro-active employees in their company. They project a positive image for the company they represent and for the Chamber. Ambassadors perform a wide variety of duties in the communities the Chamber promotes, but their main function is to help promote the Chamber of Commerce and make the Chamber events successful and enjoyable for everyone!
Why become a Chamber Ambassador?
It is an opportunity for you and your employer to be in the spotlight. The Marshall News Messenger and KMHT Radio 103.9FM share each ribbon cutting for area businesses. This gives your company free publicity as a supporter of local businesses and the Chamber. Refreshments are served at the ribbon cuttings, and it is a great opportunity to have a few minutes of fun and network with other movers and shakers in the community. By volunteering at Chamber events as an Ambassador, your business is always involved and kept up to date on what is going on within Harrison County. It takes teamwork to help create jobs and bring new business to the community. By serving as an Ambassador, you are showing you are a part of that team to infuse new life into the local economy and make our Chamber and its members successful!
What is asked of a Chamber Ambassador?
Chamber Ambassadors are asked to promote the Chamber in the community, help the Chamber Board and staff host special events, attend ribbon cuttings, attend monthly Ambassador Planning Luncheons, and volunteer with their time at the Chamber fundraising events and annual signature events.
How do I become a Chamber Ambassador?
Contact the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce, 208 E. Burleson Street, Marshall, TX 75670, e-mail the Chamber office at email@example.com, or call us at (903) 935-7868 to take the next step to advocate for your business in the Chamber Ambassadors!