Lansing Regional Chamber Pulling Regional Organizations Together to Address COVID-19 Crisis
The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) is pulling regional partner organizations and key stakeholders together to coordinate strategies surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. LRCC has set up weekly calls to discuss COVID-19, its economic impact on the Lansing region and how to align communication efforts.
“We are all going through this situation together,” said Tim Daman, president and CEO, LRCC. “We all must be committed to working together to come up with solutions and willing to adhere to the state’s recommendations to ensure we can get through this situation swiftly and minimize its detrimental health and economic impact.”
The weekly calls also allow prominent organizations in the region to think critically on the issues that businesses are currently facing, resources that can be shared to provide aid and what measures need to be taken to move the region forward.
In addition to LRCC, organizations participating in the weekly calls include Charlotte Area Chamber of Commerce, Dewitt Area Chamber of Commerce, Eaton Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce, Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, Mason Area Chamber of Commerce, Grand Ledge Chamber of Commerce, Williamston Area Chamber of Commerce, Charlotte Rising, Downtown Lansing Inc., Old Town Business Association, REO Town Business Association, Meridian Area Business Association, South Lansing Business Association, Holt Business Alliance, Delta Side Business Association, City of East Lansing, Greater Lansing Convention Visitors Bureau, Lansing Economic Area Partnership, Michigan State University, Capital Area Michigan Works! and the Greater Lansing Homebuilders Association.
If your business organization is interested in participating in the weekly calls, please contact Tim Daman at email@example.com.