For Immediate Release
Contact: Nina Ullrich
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PBMARES PARTNER HELPS LEAD LOCAL CHAMBER INITIATIVES
Newport News, VA (October 24, 2017) – Dan Chenoweth, MPA, CPA, partner at PBMares LLP, has been named Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. Chenoweth recently served as the Chair-Elect, succeeding Debra Flores who has relocated out of state.
Chenoweth has been active with the chamber since joining PBMares in 2013. He served as the treasurer for the executive committee from 2013-17, graduated from the Lead Peninsula program in 2016 and presents on numerous accounting topics for chamber audiences.
“Dan is actively engaged in all issues involving the chamber and will bring a heightened energy to the Chamber Board,” said Chamber President/CEO Mike Kuhns. “We look forward to his leadership as he helps lead the chamber into the future.”
Within PBMares, Chenoweth is a leader involved in tax department initiatives and helps provide advanced planning and consulting for business tax clients. He also works very closely with consolidated corporations, S corporations and clients within the construction and oil and gas industries.
“PBMares has always been a proud supporter of the chamber,” said Alan Witt, CPA, CEO of PBMares, LLP. “Dan is very knowledgeable about the issues that affect businesses, which makes him the ideal person to help lead these area initiatives.”
Recently, Chenoweth was one of three individuals who worked together to bring semiprofessional soccer to Hampton Roads. In addition to being a certified public accountant, he also carries a Certificate of Forensic Accounting. Chenoweth received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from West Virginia University.
About Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
The Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce is a 1400+ member and affiliates business development organization serving 530,000 members, more than 13,000 business entities, 4 major military installations, a NASA research facility, a Department of Energy laboratory, various National Park Service sites and more! Major efforts include, but are not limited to, developing public policy, fostering strategic alliances and serving as liaison with regional military commands and installations. The chamber focuses on solving business related community issues through collaboration and facilitation by bringing solution-oriented resources together. Chamber affiliates include The Virginia Peninsula Chamber Foundation, YEA!, The Peninsula Chamber B-PAC and LEAD Peninsula. www.vpcc.org