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Bill Blazar to be interim president of Minnesota Chamber

Blazar, a Chamber senior vice president, will take the reins until the board selects a new president.

Bill Blazar, the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce‘s senior vice president of public affairs and business development, has been named interim president of the organization.

He’ll fill in for David Olson, the long-time Chamber head who died earlier this month.

Blazar has been with the chamber since 1992. The group’s board will plan the search process for a new president in August, at a planning retreat.

The chamber has 2,300 business members in the state.