Augusta Metro Chamber Professional Wins Sales Award

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ACCE, the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, has awarded Anne-Rutledge Kacos of Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce with its Bronze Lifetime Sales Achievement award for 500 transactions or $175,000 in sales.

 

Kacos was awarded this honor in the $500,000 to $1,500,000 dues income category for dollar value of new sales. Four categories - over $1.5 million, $500,000 to $1.5 million, $200,000 to $499,000 and under $200,000 - correlate to different sizes of chambers of commerce, based on annual revenue from membership dues.

 

Kacos began her career, as Director of Membership Development, with Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce in February of 2016. In this role, she is responsible for increasing overall dues investment within membership dues as demonstrated by her outstanding performance recognized by this award. “Anne-Rutledge does an excellent job identifying companies that might benefit from higher levels of investment within the Chamber and takes a strategic approach to prospecting new members. Her consultative nature allows her to explain to businesses the most effective means of maximizing their return on investment through membership dues,” says Blaire Marvin, Augusta Metro Chamber Vice President. “Her passion for the three core components of the Chamber mission - economic development, legislative advocacy, and workforce development - is evident in her relationships with local businesses that join the Chamber.”

Circle of Champions Sales Contest and Lifetime Achievement awards were presented during the 2019 ACCE Annual Convention in Long Beach, California July 15. To be considered for an award, sales professionals must submit quarterly sales figures to ACCE.

 

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About ACCE

Established in 1914, ACCE is an association of 9,000 leaders from 1,300 chambers of commerce, including 93 of the top 100 U.S. metro areas. The combined membership of ACCE chambers is close to one million businesses. Chamber leaders look to ACCE for best practices, networks and new ideas that will help them advance the interests of their communities. ACCE recommends successful programs and strategies, and identifies trends, partners and business models that show promise. For more information, visit www.ACCE.org.