The Voice of Business in Greater Lansing
Your Business Advocate
The Lansing Regional Chamber is the voice of business for the Greater Lansing region. Our Government Relations Department is focused on leading advocacy efforts to support the overall business climate in our community. And that mission is simple: Keep you connected and advocate on your behalf.
We do that by building and strengthening those key relationships with policymakers who are implementing decisions at the local, county, state, and federal levels; those decisions may have a major impact on your business. And that’s why our job is to influence those decisions by leading and executing a policy agenda that focuses on our members’ guiding principles --- our shared vision to take the Greater Lansing region to the next level.
As the driving business advocacy organization in the region, we are concentrated on keeping you informed by:
Remember, No business stands alone in the Greater Lansing region when you’re a member of the Lansing Regional Chamber! Our team is relentlessly dedicated to advocating on your behalf, focused on supporting economic development and business growth for our community.
Get Invested. Get Involved!
There are plenty of opportunities for our members to become part of the solution and advocate for the Greater Lansing region. You can attend business and personal growth programs, stop by the monthly member mixers, or join our policy committee, however; making an investment in our community by donating to the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee (LRC-PAC) can make a considerable impact.
This fall, we have a tremendous opportunity to truly impact the future of our communities in several local elections. Some would like to remain stagnant and roll things back --- but not us. The LRC-PAC believes in supporting progress. This is the time to lead. We are stronger when we are united in one voice. So, get invested in moving forward with the LRC-PAC today! Get invested. Get Involved!
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