The Board of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce has named Lawrence S. Krompier, Millstone Township, as the new Executive Director of the Chamber. As executive director, Krompier will manage the operations of the Chamber, promote and advocate for local business and industry, and implement and coordinate all Chamber activities and projects, among other responsibilities.
Prior to being the executive director of the Lakewood Chamber, Krompier was director of membership for the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, Trenton, where he was in charge of business development and marketing programs that supported business advocacy. In addition he was responsible for developing strategic business relationships and increasing membership.
Krompier has also worked closely with the Monmouth-Ocean Development Council (MODC), Wall, and the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce, Red Bank, N.J., advising both organizations in business advocacy and development.
Krompier says, “Having been the president of my own 40-year-old family business and having served as director of membership for the N.J. Chamber of Commerce, I understand the importance of a chamber and the benefits the Lakewood Chamber has to offer all business professionals. My objective is to continue to build a Chamber that reflects the diversity of our business community.
“My goals are to develop relationships and work closely with all who have a stake in the success of our businesses and our business professionals, not only within Lakewood’s borders but its surrounding areas as well. This is going to be a very exciting time of growth for the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce.”
Krompier holds a B.A. from Rutgers University in Business Administration with a concentration in marketing. TLS.
Promote. Advocate. Implement. Coordinate.
Can you please tell us in English what specifically he’s supposed to do and how much he is getting paid to do this.
Local politicians can learn a thing or two from our popular
Governor Christie. He’s a straight talker who speaks his mind and makes sure you’re perfectly clear as to his goals and objectives.He lays it all out–the pros, the cons, as well as the cost of not taking any action.
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