Flahault named ambassador of the year

Pegi Flahault, owner, Mobile Office Management, LLC (M.O.M.), was named the 2014 Ambassador of the Year at the Chamber’s First Friday Means Business breakfast in January.

Flahault just completed her fourth year with the Aiken Chamber’s ambassador program and finds the experience to be very rewarding.

“The ambassador program has given me an opportunity to get to know so many people over the past four years. I enjoy meeting other Chamber members and learning about their businesses. Many times we share ideas on how we can help each other grow,” said Flahault, who also served as co-chair of Hospitality for Aiken’s Makin’ last year.

“Pegi is an amazing ambassador and takes everything she does to help our members very seriously,” said 2014 Ambassador Chair John McMichael, Hutson-Etherredge Companies. “She mentored new ambassadors and brought so much energy, professionalism, and motivation to the team; she made my job easy,” McMichael said.

Gary Sullivan, TPi-Tyler Press, LLC, first met Flahault when she delivered his information packet to him.

“After relocating my family and business to Aiken in October 2013, I immediately joined the Aiken Chamber,” Sullivan said. “Pegi personally delivered my new member packet and sat with me for an hour, going over Chamber benefits and giving me some great information on the area. I continue to see Pegi go above and beyond in her position as an ambassador,” he said.

Flahault attributes her success to being blessed with a very good sense of organization and efficiency. “It is what my business is based on - helping my clients use their time doing what they do best, and I take care of the details of data entry and keeping them on track with meetings, paying bills, and other office details.”

Flahault moved to Aiken in late 2010, re-started her business in early 2011, and began volunteering as a Chamber ambassador and a local SCORE counselor.

 

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