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Chamber to move offices next week
ST. ROBERT, Mo. (March 5, 2009) — Cecilia Murray of the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday that her staff will begin moving their office next week from the top floor to the lower level of the Pulaski County Visitors' Center.

The Chamber rents space in the Visitors' Center, which is owned by the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau.

Moving will begin March 9, Murray said. Plans are underway for an open house in April.

"(We) would like to thank all the individuals, businesses and organizations that helped make the new office space a reality," Murray said. "While there are still expenses to be dealt with, moving into the new offices has invigorated the Chamber with a renewed energy as it continues to support our business community."

The new physical and mailing address is 137 St. Robert Blvd., Ste. B. The phone number will remain unchanged at (573)336-5121; those with questions call for more information about the renovations and ways local businesses can help.

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