The Madison-Morgan Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting last week at Hallie Jane’s in Madison, honoring departing Madison City Manager David Nunn for this three-decade-long career.
The 68th Annual Chamber Awards was held on Thursday, June 9, featuring Madison-Morgan Chamber of Commerce President Bob Hughes presenting Nunn with a decanter set, deeming Nunn an honorary lifetime member of the Chamber for his beneficial contributions to the organization.
“David has meant a lot to economic development in Madison,” said Hughes. “He has been a valuable ally as we have continued to grow. His contribution to the Chamber and our mission has been significant. He will be missed.”
More than 60 people attended the chamber awards to celebrate Nunn’s retirement and new leadership roles among the chamber board.
Bob Bell relinquished the Chairman position to Alan Ludlow. Esther Peters is serving as Vice-Chair, Bo Cochran is serving as treasurer.
The Madison-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of promoting the total economic development of Madison-Morgan County trade area. Total economic development is defined as meaning commercial, industrial, agricultural, civic, tourist, and cultural development.
According to the chamber, “The outstanding quality of life in Madison and Morgan County is the primary reason for the location of many of Madison’s corporate residents. A growing number of national and international corporations are choosing Madison for their corporate headquarters. The outstanding workforce and the close proximity to major distribution networks have made Morgan County the choice location for high-tech manufacturing. It is the people that make Madison and Morgan County special. Their resourcefulness and hard work is evident in the thriving local economy and exceptional lifestyle.”