Michigan’s roads, bridges and highways were once the envy of the nation. Today, Michigan’s roads and bridges are dangerous. The Lansing Regional Chamber strongly agrees that we cannot put off investing in fixing our roads and bridges any longer. Economic development opportunities across the state depend on this important investment in Michigan’s future now. Proposal 1 provides a dedicated source of funding to fix our roads now and in the future. No more Band-Aid fixes. No more temporary patches. No more plywood on bridges. Click for more information on Proposal 1.
The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) has announced a new leadership initiative aimed at helping the Greater Lansing region identify and develop the next generation of community leaders. Leadership Lansing is a program in which established and emerging leaders will develop a greater understanding of how important community institutions contribute to the overall quality of life in the region. Participants will also receive extensive training to enhance their own leadership skills. Click for more information including an application!
A FOCUS on Business.
By just about any measure, 2014 was an extraordinarily successful year for the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC). The LRCC hosted 63 business programs connecting with more than 6,700 members. The LRC-PAC helped 12 endorsed candidates gain election to office, adding to the more than 100 LRC-PAC supported candidates that have been elected over the past five years…..Click to read the April edition of FOCUS Magazine.