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Trey Grayson starts at Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce

FT. MITCHELL, Ky. (WKRC) -- A familiar face has come home to take the top job at Northern Kentucky's Chamber of Commerce.

Tuesday was the first day on the job for new chamber president Trey Grayson. The former Kentucky Secretary of State met with reporters and staff to pick their brains on the biggest issues facing Northern Kentucky.

Grayson grew up in Northern Kentucky but has spent the last four years working at Harvard University.

He says the biggest issues facing the region are building the work force and replacing the Brent Spence Bridge. He's anxious to get to work. "It's an exciting opportunity for me to be back. I can't think of a more perfect mission than the chamber's mission and to do a job back home, help business get  stronger and ultimately improve the quality of life."

Grayson replaces Steve Stephens, who is taking over the chamber presidency in Spokane, Washington.

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