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Wed, April 19, 2017

Reed Nissan becomes newest WOCC Community Trustee

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The West Orange Chamber of Commerce (WOCC) announced that Reed Nissan has taken the step to become the newest Community Trustee, the organization’s top level of membership.

“I’m a proud resident of West Orange and my family has operated Florida’s second-oldest Nissan dealership here,” said Raymy Reed, owner of Reed Nissan. “Over the past 66 years, we’re learned that having a strong sense of community has been the greatest key to the success of our business. Speaking for our teammates at Reed Nissan and Reed Nissan Clermont, we are proud to stand by WOCC members and be part of the Community Trustee Program. WOCC continues to build partnerships that enrich the greater Central Florida region and the lives and livelihoods of our customers in this community.”

This investment will further support the integration and presence of Reed Nissan within central Florida and West Orange County. The Chamber’s Community Trustees benefit from the highest level of exposure, while providing the Chamber with additional financial stability.

Community Trustees are the cornerstones of the WOCC. This level of membership offers increased brand exposure, access to key business and political leaders, and a highly valuable array of benefits. Learn more about Trustee level membership and all the ways that the West Orange Chamber of Commerce can facilitate opportunities for your business at wochamber.com.

About West Orange Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1972, the West Orange Chamber of Commerce (WOCC) serves as the leading business advocate in Central Florida by building partnerships, promoting economic growth in the community, and facilitating opportunities for its 1,100 member businesses. In 2009, 2012, and 2015, the WOCC received the prestigious State of Florida’s Chamber of the Year award.

 

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