The Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce our new members who joined in December 2019. Remember, it's not too late to make your New Year's Resolution! We'd love to invite nonmembers to join and we hope to see existing members at our exciting upcoming events.
Here at the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, everything we do ties back to one thing: fostering economic growth and supporting a thriving business culture throughout the region. We advocate for a successful and progressive business environment and we lead the charge in talent and workforce by attracting talent to the region and helping our members to retain that talent. Finally, we provide various series and resources to our members in order to connect them with opportunities for growth.
We're proud to welcome the following new members to the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, who joined in November 2019:
This Saturday, Nov. 30, you might still be feeling full from too much turkey or pie, and you might be feeling exhausted by the bombardment of international retailers as they tempt you into buying something you may or may not need. However, with American Express' Shop Small Saturday, you can feel good about purchasing from local small businesses.
By Amanda DePerro, communications manager, Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce
On Sept. 25, 1916, 160 acres in the Toledo Region were transformed into what is now the Sylvania Country Club. It is the site of many families’ memories; enthralling pieces of history, like when Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer met for the first time; and has helped the region expand, evolve and thrive.
By becoming a member of the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Sylvania Country Club demonstrates its dedication to the growth of the region and to its members and employees. We sat down with Roger Parker, general manager for the club, to discuss the club’s history and how the organization has changed over the course of more than a century.
The Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce is known to have access to comprehensive employee health plans. But what you may not know is we also offer dental, vision, and life and disability coverage for companies just like yours through Medical Mutual. With an all-inclusive benefits package, you can attract and retain talent while keeping your employees – and bottom line – healthy.
Welcome to the newest members of the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, who joined in October 2019:
Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP is pleased to announce that Thomas A. Cotter has rejoined the firm in its Toledo office as part of the Tax & Benefits and Trusts & Estates practice groups, bringing with him more than three decades of experience.
By: Brian Dicken, Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce
On July 10, the 180th Fighter Wing officially broke ground on two new facilities that will enhance their ability to carry out its mission. Those facilities include new hangers to support the federal aerospace control alert (ACA) and the deployment processing facility. Both of these projects have been supported by the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce through our advocacy efforts with state and federal officials.
By: Joan Browne Kose, The Ability Center Disability Dialog
Earlier this month, the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted its second event in the Chamber U: Diversity & Inclusion Series. Hosted at Lott Industries, a panel of three experts made the business case highlighting differing abilities in the workplace and showcased resources available to businesses looking to grow their workforce in a way that pays.