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Chamber Hires New Executive Director
Wednesday, December 8, 2010 • Posted December 8, 2010

The Mason County Chamber of Commerce is pleased and excited to announce the hiring of Kristi Nunez as the new Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce.

Kristi Nunez was a resident of Mason before from 2002-2004, over the last several years of perusing a career in the staffing industry, away from the small town atmosphere, Kristi realized that Mason is where she and her daughter belong.

Along with the dedication to her career, Kristi is also a very family oriented individual and a proud Mother of one daughter Venessa Nunez . Venessa is Junior at Mason High School and enjoys supporting the Mason Punchers as a trainer for both Varsity Football as well as Basketball. This position is also a great opportunity to fulfill Kristi’s desire to be involved with the Chamber again as she served as an Ambassador for the Tomball Chamber of Commerce for three years where she gained a wealth of knowledge that will be an asset to our chamber here in Mason.

Kristi recognizes the great potential that exists within Mason County and is excited to work with the community and promote all the wonderful aspects of Mason. She also looks forward to building a strong relationship with both the residential and business community, while providing great visitor hospitality. She enjoys working with people and has a passion for the culture and history of the area. Kristi would enjoy the opportunity to meet everyone in her community and encourages you to stop by the Chamber Office and say "hello".

You will also have an opportunity to meet Kristi at the Annual Chamber of Commerce Christmas Mixer on December 16th from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at Texas Building Center, 711 San Antonio Street. The Board of Directors would also like to take this time and give a special thanks to Dakota Wawrzyniak for his hard work and dedication to the Chamber and his community. Thank you from all of us at the Mason County Chamber of Commerce and best of luck in all your future endeavors!!

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