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Member Benefits Services Guide 2013 Mr 020713

Member Benefits Services Guide 2013 Mr 020713

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Member Benefits& Services Guide
The Stadium District
500 E. Michigan Ave., Suite 200Lansing, MI 48912517.487.6340Fax: 517.484.6910www.lansingchamber.orgLEADERSHIP | INFLUENCE | ACCESS
 
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Mission, Vision and Core Values
The Mission of the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce is to be the pre-eminent business advocacyorganization in the Greater Lansing region by collaborating for economic growth and job creation, creatingnew business development and education opportunities for our members while upholding pro-businessideals through the advancement of sound public policy. We will achieve this Mission by:
Leadership
We boldly embrace our regional leadership role and make it our top priority to promote programs and initiatives thatencourage economic growth and job creation in the Greater Lansing region.
Access
We assist our members in growing their business by providing access to each other and the broader community and
engaging them in the Chamber’s work.
 
Influence
We utilize our influence to advance the most important and viable economic issues and projects in the Greater Lansingregion.
Advocate
We remain committed to advocating for the business community on issues that reflect our values and vision as aChamber.
Resource
We will be viewed as the leading business resource by providing services and information to help businesses be moreprofitable, and by providing networking opportunities that help business leaders make valuable connections throughoutthe Greater Lansing region.
Quality of Life
We help the Lansing region and its citizens develop, maintain and enjoy an exceptional quality of life in business, culture,arts, education, and the environment.
Regionalism
We recognize the importance of regional cooperation and lead the movement to tie business, government andeducation toward common goals in addressing community needs.
Integrity
We never compromise our integrity, and the things we do accurately reflect what we say.
Diversity
We celebrate and embrace the rich diversity of the Greater Lansing region, which we view as critically important inhelping the region grow and prosper.
 
 
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 A Message from the President 
The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce is proud to kick-off 2013 with a new lookfor our FOCUS magazine. We think the attractive new FOCUS magazine will continue tobe a must-read with our membership; a piece that will be kept around the office as aresource for employees, clients and visitors. The new layout is also designed to offereven more attractive marketing opportunities for member organizations.
 
Much like the new and improved FOCUS magazine, we are excited about the prospectsfor a great year in 201
3. The Chamber’s 101
st
Annual Dinner, an event that is always ahighlight for business networking and member recognition, took place on Thursday,February 28. Our team worked hard to make this annual event a very special eveningfor the business community.The 2013 Economic Club series promises to be one of our best ever, with an
outstanding roster of speakers that you’ll find listed
on our website. In response tofeedback w
e’ve received from many of our members, the Chamber is also introducing a Business Education Series in
2013. These forums will offer educational programs designed to help our members sharpen their skills in areas includingsocial media, marketing, new trends in human resources, healthcare and more.
The coming year will also be a pivotal year in local elections. The Lansing Regional Chamber’s Political Action Committee
intends to be actively involved in supporting candidates in key races that include the mayoral and city council races inthe City of Lansing.
We head into 2013 with great optimism and tremendous leadership. The Chamber’s dynamic Board of Directors will be
chaired by Paula Cunningham of Capitol National Bank, with Bill Kimble of C2AE serving as chair-elect. Our ChamberBoard and staff are committed to providing resources and business networking opportunities to help your organizationgrow and flourish. Our team will continue to provide leadership that is dedicated to a strong regional economy whichwill offer a brighter future for us all.The focus is on 2013. I hope it is your best year ever.
Tim DamanPresident & CEO517.487.6340tdaman@lansingchamber.org

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