Bryan Braley appointed 2011 Falmouth Young Professionals Chair

Braley to assume seat held by Ryan Ketterer

The Chairman of the Board of the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce, Steven J. Spitz, has appointed Bryan Braley, New York Life Insurance agent, to the 2011 committee leadership of the Falmouth Young Professionals.  Mr. Braley assumes the seat held by Ryan Ketterer of ShoreWay Acres Resort Inn.

Bryan Braley, the 2011 Falmouth Young Professionals Chair. Falmouth Chamber photo.

Bryan Braley has resided in Falmouth for most of his life.  His enthusiasm and love for the Town of Falmouth is demonstrated by his strong civic commitment and active lifestyle that keeps him busy across Cape Cod. Currently Bryan is an active member of the Falmouth Young Professionals, South Shore Young Professionals and Cape Cod Young Professionals.  As an Ambassador for the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce he has enthusiastically encouraged new businesses as well as long time business owners to become active members of the Chamber.  For several years he has been a member of the Falmouth Holidays by the Sea committee.  Bryan is a parent and has drawn on his personal experience as a young parent to mentor students; he has been a guest speaker through the Falmouth Volunteers in Public Schools.  Braley is Vice President of Parents of Falmouth Dance Academy Competition Team fund raising committee.

Chairman noted that, “Bryan follows in the footsteps of other young professionals such as Davidson Calfee, Jennifer Chagnon, and Ryan Ketterer whom have given the FYP purpose and direction, while enhancing the positive reputation of the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce.”

For more information about the Falmouth Young Professionals please call 508-548-8500 or visit visit www.falmouthchamber.com.  

Courtesy of the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce.

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