Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Another Chamber CEO Steps Away


After a tough year that's included a lawsuit and financial troubles, the chief executive officer of the Encinitas Chamber of Commerce is stepping down.
"I'm leaving at the best time for me and I think for the chamber," said Marshall Weinreb, 67, who has been at the helm of the business organization since July 2009. "I can walk out with my head up high."

6 comments:

  1. So that's the biggest thing to ever happen to Encinitas!

    All this time I thought it was the surf contest.

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  2. What? Will Tucker and Andreen be coming back?

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  3. Hey, Marshall did a great job under amazingly difficult conditions. He supported our streetscape plan and removed the bad apples. He deserves praise for his efforts.
    Thank you Marshall.

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  4. I agree. Marshall made a bone head comment about the biggest thing, but otherwise he was good for Encinitas. Andreen will always be bad for Encinitas.

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  5. Maggie told him what she wanted. He complied to insure that funding would remain.Eninitas First became a Maggie fest.Funding was not renewed.No reason to hang.Bye.
    avo st mafia

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  6. Bring back Andreen!!! At least he has the necessary skills and talents to effectively run a business of this type.

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