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John Snellinger named Vice President of Chambers




BALTIMORE, MD (October 7, 2014) | Download PDF

John Snellinger

Baltimore-based Chambers, a 360° planning, architecture and interior design firm specializing in private country, golf, city and yacht clubs, announced today that it has promoted John Snellinger to corporate Vice President. He also retains his role as Director of Planning.

Since joining Chambers more than a decade ago, John has been an integral driver of the firm’s strategic and facilities planning efforts. He has worked with more than 150 of its club clients, guiding planning efforts and developing financial models and pro formas to help them gain financing for capital improvements.

“John has been an invaluable resource to our clients,” said Chambers Chairman Robert Hickman. “His experience and expertise have grown exponentially during his tenure here — we’re excited to leverage his talents still further in this expanded role,” he said. John leads Chambers’ planning team in his new capacity and continues to oversee, too, the company’s research team, which provides member, market and demographic review and analyses, member communications and surveying. John holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Financial Management from Mary Washington University.

Chambers is a 360° planning, architecture and interior design firm that specializes in innovative club planning and strategic facilities design for private country, golf, yacht and city clubs. Founded in 1899, Chambers has worked with hundreds of clubs nationwide, among them, Inverness Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama, the Charlotte Country Club in North Carolina, and Long Cove Club on Hilton Head Island, SC, all Golf Inc. “Clubhouse of the Year” winners. Other recent clients include Baltimore Country Club in Maryland, Union League Club of Chicago, the University of Texas Club, the Petroleum Club of Ft. Worth, Texas and The Summit Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma.