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Salisbury Chamber of Commerce Exec. Director Steps Down

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SALISBURY, MD - The executive director for the Salisbury Chamber of Commerce is stepping down.  Brad Bellacicco took over the position back in 1998. He came to Salisbury after retiring as lieutenant colonel in the united states air force stationed at Dover air force base.

     During his time, Bellacicco increased chamber membership from 524 to more than 800 companies and organizations in Salisbury. 
 
 WBOC reached out to Belacicco Friday evening, and he says he is leaving the chamber for a new job opportunity.  He says he has enjoyed his time at the chamber and is sure the organization will continue to grow and excel.

 

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