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CORNELIUS – The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce has tapped Sylvia Spury, a longtime leader of the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce, as its new executive vice president.

Spury served as special projects coordinator and community development manager for the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber for 18 years. Her primary duties included coordinating events, working with volunteers, high school shadowing programs, public relations, women’s network, website/data entry, social media, improving communications and marketing, the Lake Norman Chamber said in its announcement of Spury’s hiring.

Former Lake Norman Chamber chairman Randy Marion praised the choice.

“I am very excited to hear that Sylvia Spury has been selected to join the team at the Lake Norman Chamber,” Marion said. “I have been affiliated with her in chamber work for many years and know that she brings a wealth of superb talents to this chamber, as well as the Lake Norman region as a whole.”

In her new role, Spury “will be instrumental in assisting with membership growth, retention, administrative duties, events and programs,” the announcement said.

Spury worked for five years as executive assistant to the president of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce in Massachusetts, where she played a role in managing operations, marketing, committees and other areas.

Spury attended the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organizational Management and Professional Development, and is a graduate of the Mooresville Police Department’s Citizens Academy.

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