Zionsville Times Sentinel

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November 27, 2013

Chamber office to move

The cramped quarters of the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce office will be no more by the new year.

 

The chamber will be relocating to 95 S. Main St., the former To The Last Drop location, on Jan. 1.

 

Executive Director Julie Johns-Cole said the 386 square feet the office has now was not enough for two full-time employees.

 

"When the board hired myself and Dusky (Loebel, associate director), we were the first full-time employees," she said. "Before that it was all part-time volunteers. The space worked for several years for part-time staff, but it was just not enough for two full-time employees."

 

See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the full story.

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