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May 2012

Chamber supports Make Macomb Your Home campaign with billboard advertisements

By | May 30th, 2012|Latest News|

On May 29, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel announced the launch of a new website, www.MakeMacombYourHome.com (or www.mmyh.org), designed to market Macomb County as a top choice to live, work and play. The website offers visitors easy access to a number of resources for doing business in the county, including a link to the Macomb [...]

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MACOMB FOUNDATION HONORS GM’S MARI KAY SCOTT WITH ATHENA AWARD

By | May 10th, 2012|Chamber Events, feature, Latest News|

The Macomb Foundation presented the 2012 ATHENA Award today to Mari Kay Scott, General Motors Executive Director of Real Estate & Facilities, at a luncheon at Andiamo Warren.  The international ATHENA award recognizes individuals who actively assist women in realizing their full leadership potential. As the first female executive director that GM has had in [...]

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December 2010

2011 Economic Forecast

By | December 14th, 2010|feature, Latest News|

On January 20th Dr. Jim  Jacobs deliverd the 2011 Economic Foreacast at Zuccaros to a crowd close to 350! If you could not attend this event, we are sorry you missed it! We do not want any of our members to miss out on the fantastic and valuable information Dr. Jacobs gave so below is [...]

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Reinventing Macomb

By | December 13th, 2010|Latest News|

On Jan 10 the Macomb County Chamber PAC hosted   "Reinventing Macomb: The Politics of Business. This event was attended by more than 90 businesses and elected officials. Congressman Sander Levin, Congresswoman Candice Miller, several state representatives and County Executive Mark Hackel and many municipal leaders discussed issues of school and service consolidation, federal and state [...]

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