SouthCoast and Bristol County chambers of commerce vote to merge

THE SOUTHCOAST and Bristol County chambers of commerce have voted to merge into a yet-to-be-named nonprofit entity. Above, members of the integration task force. From left: Bill Perkins; Catherine Dillon; Douglas Rodrigues; Rick Kidder, CEO of the SouthCoast Chamber; Kim Perry; Brian LeComte; Michael O'Sullivan, CEO of the Bristol County Chamber; Curt Nelson; Carl Sawejko; Rose Lopes; and Ron Ellis. / COURTESY SOUTHCOAST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND BRISTOL COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
THE SOUTHCOAST and Bristol County chambers of commerce have voted to merge into a yet-to-be-named nonprofit entity. Above, members of the integration task force. From left: Bill Perkins; Catherine Dillon; Douglas Rodrigues; Rick Kidder, CEO of the SouthCoast Chamber; Kim Perry; Brian LeComte; Michael O'Sullivan, CEO of the Bristol County Chamber; Curt Nelson; Carl Sawejko; Rose Lopes; and Ron Ellis. / COURTESY SOUTHCOAST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND BRISTOL COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
PROVIDENCE – The boards of directors of the SouthCoast Chamber of Commerce in New Bedford and the Bristol County Chamber of Commerce in Fall River have separately voted to merge into a yet unnamed entity, the chambers announced Thursday. The chambers of commerce comprise the fifth- and sixth-largest chambers of commerce included in PBN's 2019…

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