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10 things you didn’t know about Leonardo McClarty

Howard County Chamber of Commerce's Leonardo McClarty (Jen Rynda / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Leonard McClarty, a 1996 Furman University political science graduate, reveals little-known facts about his personal life in an article appearing in The Baltimore Sun/Howard County Times. The Altanta native and Howard County Chamber of Commerce president and CEO co-hosted a hip-hop radio show on campus. He remains close to his parents, has a soft spot for single mothers, and has definite opinions about barbecue and crab cakes. Read on to learn more.

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