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2017 Leadership Lubbock applications being accepted starting August 1

(Source: Lubbock Chamber of Commerce) (Source: Lubbock Chamber of Commerce)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will begin accepting applications for the 2017 Leadership Lubbock Class on Mon., Aug. 1.

An online application will be available at LubbockChamber.com beginning August 1 on the Leadership Lubbock page and must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Fri., Aug. 26.

For questions or more information, please contact Amy Marquez at (806) 761-7002 or by email at amy.marquez@lubbockbiz.org.

Since its inception in 1976, Leadership Lubbock has continued to provide an outstanding leadership and community orientation program for selected Chamber business leaders. This program provides a source of leaders for the Lubbock Community by ensuring that Leadership Lubbock participants receive necessary community information/orientation and leadership skills. Leadership Lubbock is open to members of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, and they are selected through an application process.

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce represents over 2,000 businesses and over 79,000 employees on the South Plains which accounts for over $2 billion in annual household earnings in Lubbock and West Texas. The Chamber has twice earned the distinguished 5-Star Accreditation from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and is a two-time Chamber of the Year recognized by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.

Information provided by the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce

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