Campaign 2013, the Wilmington Chamber’s sustainable resources development campaign, kicked off on Thursday, April 4th with an event for volunteers at Aubriana’s (115 South Front Street) in downtown Wilmington. Campaign 2013 will raise funds needed to finance new and existing Chamber programs, events and publications.
A team composed entirely of volunteers raises the funds through the recruitment of new members and by securing sponsorships and advertising sales. The Campaign 2013 goal is $200,000.
Beth Quinn (First Citizens) will serve as chair of Campaign 2013, leading more than 80 volunteers. Quinn’s leadership team will be comprised of Division Leaders Brad Dawson (TD Bank), Hank Miller (Cape Fear Commercial), Mitch Lamm (First Citizens), Charlie Mattox (BB&T), Rob Gerlach (Transformational Leadership Coaching & Consulting), and Leon Pruzan (NewBridge Bank). Chamber member teams that have already signed on for the Campaign include: ADECCO; AFLAC; Alliance Credit Union; BB&T; Carolina Water Restoration; Coldwell Bankers Sea Coast Advantage; Coldwell Bankers Sun Coast Partners; Cornerstone Advisory Partners; First Bank; First Citizens Bank; First Federal; Greene Resources; Intracoastal Realty; Live Oak Bank; LS3P Associates; McGladrey; MCO Transport; Miller-Motte College; NewBridge Bank; Northwestern Mutual Financial Network; Park Sterling Bank; PNC Bank; PPD; Premier Staffing; Professional Health Care Consultants; TD Bank; Transformational Leadership Coaching & Consulting; W.M. Jordan Company; and Wells Fargo.
The kickoff event was hosted by 2012 Chamber Chair Emily Longley (Longley Supply Company).