Wednesday, August 10, 2022

New York County Chamber President Working Hard To Help Businesses Find Success

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Since taking over as president of the York County Chamber of Commerce earlier this year, James E “Snap” Troeschel has been working hard to help county businesses find success.

Troeschel is currently a consultant for Snap Property Management, which he started roughly nine years ago and sold in 2021. Troeschel, who’s lived in York County since 2001, taught himself the ins and outs of running a business. Now semi-retired, he aims to help others grow their own companies as Chamber president.

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