The Rich Township Chamber of Commerce recently honored Percy Scott, who is its executive director and the CEO of Global 360 Marketing, as “Board Member of the Year”.
The honor came during the Chamber’s ninth annual anniversary breakfast, which was held at the Holiday Inn Chicago Matteson Conference Center, 500 Holiday Plaza Drive in Matteson, Illinois. The Chamber is affectionately known as “Chamber 57” because many of its businesses are in proximity to the I-57 Expressway.
“Percy’s commitment to growing and developing businesses in Rich Township is exceptional,” says Keeana Barber of WDB Marketing. “He has served on the Chamber 57 board for eight years and has exhibited top-notch leadership during the past year.”
Scott has used his connections and ability to close deals to generate millions of dollars in chamber member-to-member deals over the years.
Scott established Global 360 Marketing in 2012 as a full-service media agency offering a variety of services, including digital marketing and optimization, media planning and placement, audio and visual production and cinematography, lead generation, graphic design, public relations and event planning. Before launching his business, Scott was a top-producing account executive for Clear Channel.
The breakfast also honored key pillars in the southland community, including Rich Township Democratic Organization Committeeman Calvin Jordan; Pastor Reginald Williams Jr., First Baptist Church; Rochelle Kemp, Flavors Restaurant; and Dr. James Dentley, NBC University.
Chamber 57 is a not-for-profit organization whose primary purpose is to promote and support the growth and development of the local business community. The chamber offers business development, training and marketing activations and a targeted mix of business seminars, workshops and programs designed to help businesses attract new clients, maintain existing clients and recruit and retain new employees while reducing operational expenses.
To learn more about Chamber 57, visit chamber57.org, call 773/696-0676, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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