Welcome to the newest members of the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, who joined in October 2019:
Welcome to the following new members who joined the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce in September:
Transnet is what one would call a "little family." While not all 18 of Trasnnet's employees belong to the family business, each team member treats one another like a family one. The culture is based upon good ethics and commitment to hard work.
Welcome to the following new members who joined the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce in August.
About the Company:
Connecting Connections and more was established in the Toledo Region in February 2019 by Brian J. Roush. “We bring the network/connection to you,” he said when asked to describe the business. “Some refer us as a hybrid of a BNI, LinkedIn, and the Chamber. We focus on making solid quality relationships.”
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Welcome to the following new members who joined the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce in April:
By: Riccardo Recchione: Regional Account Manager
About the company:
Interstate is one of the largest emergency restoration and reconstruction service providers for commercial enterprises in the U.S. and North America. Interstate specializes in assisting property owners and businesses in recovering from fire, flood, natural and human-caused disasters. With more than 20 regional offices in the U.S., Interstate has the scalability to respond to any-sized catastrophe and help people get back to business and back to life quickly and safely.
Date of Establishment in the Toledo Region:
Interstate Restoration acquired American Builders Restoration, headquartered in Toledo, in February 2017. The combination of the companies' resources has provided customers with the most effective relief from disasters such as tornadoes and flooding in the Toledo area and across Ohio.
Approximately 500 employees in the U.S. and 800 employees in Canada
By: Emily Dammeyer, Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce
Over the course of three days during our membership event, we welcomed 324 new members to the Chamber. It was a marathon event, with short shift sprints scattered throughout each day. This type of event wouldn’t be possible without the dedicated and energetic commitment of our volunteers. More than 300 community leaders came together to share our message and mission.
Our theme for the event was “All In”, inspired by the DC Marvel comic strip The Justice League. Dressed in capes, staff greeted all four shifts with a cheer and a high five. You can see on Facebook and Twitter how our volunteers embraced the energy and had a lot of fun with the event. It was their passion and excitement that gave us so many introductions to new members.
Why did 300+ businesses become members in two days? For two reasons – first, because of our awesome volunteers, and second, because they believe in the work that we do. As a Chamber, with more than 2,000 businesses, we recognize the importance of economic development to moving the region forward. We are committed to lobbying for business, creating opportunities for jobs and workforce development, and recruiting a talented workforce to the area. Thank you to everyone who volunteered to make this event a success.
TRCC ALL IN will be the phrase celebrated this week by our staff and member volunteers. We are hosting a two-day Membership Campaign with the DC Comic inspired theme of ALL IN. More than 300 volunteers will come together at campaign headquarters over the course of two days to bring in new members to the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce. A huge thanks to the leadership and employees of Buckeye Broadband for hosting us and providing the technology to make this event a success.
The goal of the campaign is to bring our existing members together in a fun, collaborative and competitive atmosphere, while sharing the Chamber story with the region at large. It will create community awareness of the important role of the Toledo Chamber and our mission to connect business with resources and opportunities; advocate for a thriving business environment and lead the charge to promote the assets of the region.
Please note: Our staff will be off-site at Campaign Headquarters Tuesday, August 28th and Wednesday, August 29th. Chamber offices will be CLOSED for the duration of the event, and reopen at 8:30 am, Thursday, August 30th. For more information about membership or the campaign, please contact Eric Stockard, VP for Membership at the Chamber at 419.344.9626.
This is the first volunteer driven membership drive the Chamber has embarked on in more than a decade. Sixteen community leaders have stepped-up and agreed to be event Chairs and provide a team. “The response from the business community for this effort has been overwhelmingly positive,” says Wendy Gramza, President and CEO of the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce. “This is the perfect time to engage our volunteers to help us share the message of the work the Chamber is doing to move our region forward.”
The Air Force Reserve is delighted to announce the opening of a recruiting office in Toledo, OH. It is located in the Jesse James Complex at 559 S. Reynolds Rd, Toledo OH 43616. The Air Force Reserve provides a way to expand experiences and serve your country while being able to choose where you live and work. The unique location of the Toledo Office provides members the ability to choose between Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Youngstown Air Reserve Base or Grissom Air Force Base.