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East Hampton’s Chamber Director Is Leaving

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authorStaff Writer on Aug 23, 2019
Steven Ringel, executive director of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce, is heading back to Nashville, Tennessee, this week. Mr. Ringel oversaw the introduction of three seasonal street fairs in... more

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