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PARIS — The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce named Paris native Kasey Muench as its community relations director starting January 2, 2020. This newly developed position will oversee and …
PARIS — The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce named Paris native Kasey Muench as its community relations director starting January 2, 2020. This newly developed position will oversee and execute membership events and activities, and assist with executing the organization’s marketing and public relations strategy.
“Adding Kasey to the team is a big win for not only our Chamber, but our entire community,” commented Travis McLeese, Chamber CEO. “Her passion for this community, coupled with her marketing and graphic design ability, is a tremendous asset that will be a great addition moving forward.”
Kasey is a graphic designer at Abbotts Print Shop, where she has been employed since 2009. In her time at Abbotts Print Shop, Kasey has been fortunate to design and create a variety of projects for both Henry Countians and those abroad, ranging from corporate marketing campaigns to not-for-profit fundraising events, and everything in between. Most recently, Kasey was instrumental in organizing two successful community events; Meet the Patriots Tailgate and Miss Paris Volunteer Pageant.
“We are thrilled to have Kasey joining us. The recent growth and involvement of the Chamber raised the need for someone with her diverse skill set,” commented John Etheridge, Chamber President.
She graduated from Henry County High School before attending the University of Memphis where she earned a bachelor’s degree in fine arts with a concentration in graphic design.
Upon graduating from The U of M, Kasey received the Carson Circle Award, an award that recognizes a select number of outstanding graduating seniors who exemplify Dr. Donald K. Carson’s ideals of making the university a better place through their involvement and leadership in campus life.
She is a recent graduate of the Leadership Henry County Program. She is a longtime active member of First Christian Church in Paris.
Kasey is married to Ryan Muench of Paris, Tennessee, a teacher and assistant football coach at Henry County High School. They have two children Aubrey (3) and Graham (2).