Larissa Coleman Joins Cleveland/Bradley Chamber Of Commerce

Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Larissa Coleman
Larissa Coleman

Larissa Coleman has joined the Cleveland / Bradley Chamber of Commerce as the new membership accounts representative. Ms. Coleman will be responsible for ensuring the continuous and steady growth of the Chamber’s membership in further promoting new member recruitment. She will also coordinate the sales and advertising services offered by the Chamber with the continued goal to help grow member business, facilitate member needs and increase the overall value offered to members. 

Ms. Coleman comes to the Chamber with 10 years of experience in sales, business development, public relations and customer service. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from UTC.

“At the Chamber, serving the needs of our members and the business community is our number one
priority,” said Chamber President and CEO Gary Farlow. “I am confident Larissa will help strengthen the membership team, to ensure our members are utilizing the many opportunities we offer to support their growth of our community and the region.” 

Prior to her new position with the Cleveland/Bradely Chamber Ms. Coleman worked with the American Red Cross Winston Salem Chapter in North Carolina as well as at Unum and Blood Assurance in Chattanooga.

“I am so excited to join the team at the Chamber,” said Ms. Coleman. “I look forward to working with local business and being a part of our community.”

Ms. Coleman resides in Cleveland with her husband, Jon, along with their 8-year-old son, Samuel, and 4-year-old daughter, Sarah Rose. She and her family love to spend time together being outdoors and watching sports. 

For more information on the Cleveland / Bradley Chamber of Commerce, visit www.clevelandchamber.com or call 472-6587.



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