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Plymouth Chamber Appoints New Chairperson


 

Local Businesswoman and CPA Lauren Bakken Takes New Post

 

(Plymouth, MA) – January 30, 2014 –Lauren Bakken, owner of Bakken CPA PC, a Certified Public Accounting firm in downtown Plymouth was recently appointed to the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce’s Chairperson position.

Bakken is replacing former chair Laurie Klotzbach Curtis who served as Chairperson for the Plymouth Chamber since last January 2012. Bakken was appointed at the Chamber’s annual meeting on January 10th, at the Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston, Massachusetts.

“I have held the positions of Vice-Chair and Membership Committee Chair for the past two years. In my new position, I will be supporting and working closely with Amy Naples, Director of Operations and the interim Executive Director. Our goal is to increase membership, and increase revenue through sponsorships and programs,” said Bakken.

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce will also focus on appointing a new Executive Director to support its existing leadership team and the Chamber’s long-term vision.

Bakken CPA PC has been providing individuals and businesses with tax planning and preparation, bookkeeping, financial statements, payroll services, government filings and general accounting services for more than 15 years throughout the south shore. The firm is committed to providing timely, professional and personalized service to its clients and as a result, has become one of the leading, most trusted accounting firms in the area. For more information about Bakken CPA PC, please visit www.bakkencpapc.com

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Elizabeth Kelly January 31, 2014 at 03:18 PM
Congratulations Lauren! Helene, Clay Communications & Marketing

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