Burr & Forman's David Broemel Elected to Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry Board of Directors

December 13, 2012

Burr & Forman LLP is pleased to announce that Nashville partner W. Davidson (David) Broemel has been elected to the 2013 board of directors for the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

Broemel’s term succeeds that of Burr & Forman partner Darlene Marsh, who served on the board for eight years. Broemel was inducted into office at the organization’s annual meeting on December 11.

About the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry

The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry is the unified voice of business and the premier advocacy organization in the state. In this role, the Tennessee Chamber leads the way in achieving global competitiveness and ultimately increasing prosperity for its citizens. For more information, visit www.tnchamber.org.



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