Rick Snellinger is a finalist for Baltimore SmartCEO’s awards program, which recognizes 36 of the area’s most accomplished business leaders for their industry impact and market leadership.
Chambers has announced that Rick Snellinger, President and CEO, has been named a finalist for Baltimore SmartCEO’s 2015 Circle of Excellence Awards. The Circle of Excellence program recognizes 36 of the area’s most accomplished business leaders for their industry impact and market leadership.
The 2015 Circle of Excellence finalists collectively generate more than $837 million in annual revenue and employ 3,415 individuals in the Greater Baltimore area. This year’s finalists will be profiled in the November/December issue of Baltimore SmartCEO magazine and celebrated at an awards ceremony on November 17 at the Baltimore Harbor Hotel.
“The Circle of Excellence finalists are shaping the future of Baltimore’s business community and ensuring the sustainability, safety and efficiency of our community for years to come,” said Jaime Nespor‐Zawmon, President of SmartCEO Events. “We proudly recognize their successes and contributions, and we believe that their impact will make a difference for customers and clients across the nation.”
Snellinger has brought Chambers to the forefront of the private club industry by encouraging a 360⁰ approach to club planning and design. This inclusive attitude has set the company apart from competing design and consulting firms in the industry by considering every aspect of the private club experience, from first impressions to overall club culture with a focus on member experience.
Founded in 1899, Chambers has evolved from what was once a decorative painting company into what it is today—a provider of research, planning, architecture, interior design and purchasing services to private golf, city, yacht and country clubs across the country and abroad.