Chamber Executive Group Honors Award Winners

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(Image of Christian Maslowski courtesy of the Indiana Chamber Executives Association.) (Image of Christian Maslowski courtesy of the Indiana Chamber Executives Association.)
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A more than 100-year-old professional organization for chamber of commerce leaders throughout the state has named its top annual award winners. The Indiana Chamber Executives Association has recognized Greater Fort Wayne Inc. as 2018 Indiana Chamber of the Year and Greater Greenwood Chamber President and Chief Executive Officer Christian Maslowski as Chamber Executive of the Year.

Greater Fort Wayne Inc. says it has also received Communications Excellence Awards in the website division and for a marketing campaign titled "Opportunity on the Edge of Greatness" from the ICEA. GFW Inc. CEO Eric Doden says "we exist to grow jobs, wages, and the economy, and we're honored that people across the state are noticing our community's successes. I'm so proud of our team and our board. We can accomplish so much for our community when we all align around a common goal and dedicate ourselves to achieving results."

Maslowski has led the Greater Greenwood chamber for more than a decade. Last year, he was elected chairman of the ICEA. The awards were presented during the organization's annual meeting in Indianapolis.

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