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LEWISBURG, W. Va (PRESS RELEASE)-- The Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announced the appointment of their new Executive Director, Amber D. McHale.

McHale is a native of Greenbrier County, receiving her BS in Animals Science and MS in Education both from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA.

She has a passion for small business, and brings her business management experience to the Chamber as she has owned and managed a small retail shop in downtown Lewisburg for over five years. McHale is married to Patrick, and they reside in Williamsburg with their four children; Jace, Jarett, Lily and Emmy.

"I am very excited for this opportunity to represent the Chamber and to also represent all of the wonderful small businesses that make Greenbrier County and the surrounding areas what it is today," McHale commented.

The Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce is the strong voice to further business growth and economic development throughout the area. The Chamber offers training, networking, and is a great resource referral for the area.

The Chamber of Commerce is located on the second floor of the Greenbrier County Visitor's Center in downtown Lewisburg, West Virginia. 

You can visit them on the web at www.greenbrierchamber.org or call 304-645-2818 Monday through Thursday for more information.

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