The Fairport-Perinton Chamber appoints a Board of Director

Continuing the community service tradition of McConville, Considine, Cooman, Morin

 

Fairport, NY -  Lawyer Daniel Williford, of McConville, Considine, Cooman, Morin, has accepted a seat on the Board of Directors of the Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce Board.

Williford stated, “The Chamber is a wonderful organization to grow your own business and to learn about your community. Being a Fairport resident, I have learned a great deal in my first three months on the Board, about the positive initiatives being undertaken in the Perinton, Fairport, Egypt and Bushnell’s Basin community. Also, I have learned about the issues that our community faces, through my own active involvement. It is also a great avenue to meet people and I feel that I have already become acquainted with many new people as a result of my Board membership.”

In addition to assuming the Chamber Board seat, Williford has accepted the role of Secretary for the Board. As Secretary, Daniel is charged with taking and distributing Board minutes and keeping the bylaws up-to-date.

This law firm has a long history of active Chamber involvement.  In addition to attending and hosting Chamber events, Partner Lucien Morrin and Raquel Baronas from the firm, also served on the Chamber board in the past. Chamber Board President Jim Bilotta commented on being involved, “Active Chamber membership allows a professional to exercise the full value of our organization. You get and stay in-the-know within our local business community and you have repeated opportunities to connect with other members, further deepening professional relationships.”

Williford has a message for the local community, “I would like the public to know that the Chamber of Commerce is working diligently to provide services and events such as the July 4th run, parade, and Party-in-the-Park, to build a strong sense of community within our village and town. For the business community, I would strongly encourage your organization join the Chamber so that we can assist you with growing your business and networking through Chamber events, social gatherings, and our impeccable communication efforts through our monthly newsletter, website. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and emails.”

 

 

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