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January 8, 2013

Chamber seeks award nominees

Knoxville —  

For 53 years the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce has honored the accomplishments if Knoxville's citizens and the impact they have made on our community with the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce IMPACT Awards.

The Chamber is once again seeking to honor individuals who have demonstrated excellence in service, leadership, and professional development in the following categories:

* Business IMPACT of the Year

* Educator IMPACT of the Year

* Agricultural IMPACT of the Year

* Volunteer IMPACT of the Year

* Matthew C. Job "Pride in Knoxville" Award

Individuals will be awarded at the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce's Annual Banquet on Feb. 9 at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum. 

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