This elite group of executives represents the perspectives and needs of chambers and their members. Additionally, the CCC100 advises the U.S. Chamber on programs and services available, and provides feedback on policy-related issues.
"I'm honored to join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Committee of 100 and am pleased to have the opportunity to represent the Myrtle Beach area at a national level," Dean said. "I look forward to working with my colleagues from other chambers across the country, where our goal will undoubtedly be to help promote, protect and improve our respective business communities, both locally and nationally."
Members of CCC100 attend exclusive meetings each year that focus on leadership, policy and best practices.
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