GALI Builds Leaders in the Community as well as the Chamber

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debby zolnoski | campbell county chamber of commerce
​The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce has several volunteer committees that members can be a part of. One of the most visible is its Board of Directors, which oversees the Chamber’s yearly budget, as well as its direction year-to-year.

We asked General Manager of Gillette’s Holiday Inn Express, Debby Zolnoski, why she volunteers her time with the Chamber of Commerce.

“I think it’s important to give back to organizations that you feel have helped you along the way and are an important part of your company’s success. I wanted to be more involved with supporting our Chamber’s mission and help strategize for the future. Being on the Board just a few months, I feel that I am still learning. I want to ensure that the Board stays relevant for our members. Being a part of it has also brought more awareness of Holiday Inn Express to the community, as well as community involvement opportunities to us.

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Debby Zolnoski has been with Holiday Inn Express & Suites for six years, and Timberline Hospitalities for eight years. She has served on the Chamber Board of Directors since July of 2018.
“I have enjoyed hearing how the Gillette Area Leadership Institute has evolved since I was a part of it.  I have always encouraged everyone to be a part of GALI, to learn about our fabulous community and all that it offers, as well as participating in the many networking and marketing opportunities that are available at an exceptional value to its members.”
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