The Chamber of Catawba County receives Three CACCE Awards

The Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (CACCE) recognized The Chamber of Catawba County during their Staff Leadership Development Conference held in Greenville, SC this week. 

The CACCE Service Awards recognize members who have achieved significant years of service in the Chamber industry. CACCE presents a certificate of service for each five-year increment of service. Service includes a combination of executive and/or staff employment time in all chambers. 


Of the 11 professionals recognized, we’re proud to share that Pam Manfredi, Director of Office Administration, was awarded with a 40 years of service plaque. 

Lisa Killian, Visitor Information Center & Accounts Payable Manager, was recognized for 10 years of service to the industry. 

Additionally, CACCE also recognized the recipients of their 2024 Communication Excellence Awards during their Staff Leadership Development Conference. The Communications Excellence Awards recognize outstanding communications efforts by Chambers of Commerce in North Carolina and South Carolina. 

One award is typically presented to the highest scoring Chamber in each of the four categories based on Chamber sizes. Entries were reviewed based on originality, design and quality, and results achieved. The entries reflected communication efforts taken or completed during the past 18 months. 

The Chamber of Catawba County won the Publication Category, for Chambers with over 700 members, for the Startup Catawba Digital Toolkit. See the winning entry here

CACCE is the professional development organization dedicated to improving the educational opportunities for Chamber of Commerce executives and staff members in North Carolina and South Carolina. CACCE equips Chamber of Commerce professionals with leadership skills and tools to build innovative Chambers. 

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