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LRCC and Grand River Connection Look to Honor the Region’s Young Professionals

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For Immediate Release                                       Ross Woodstock

               June 25, 2014                                                  Kolt Communications, Inc



LRCC and Grand River Connection Look to Honor the Region’s Young Professionals at 10 Over the Next Ten Awards

(Lansing, MI) -- For the eighth consecutive year, the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) and Grand River Connection (GRC) will recognize the Lansing region’s top young professionals who are expected to contribute significantly to our community over the next ten years at the 10 Over the Next Ten Awards held September 23 at the University Club of Lansing.

“We are excited to again partner with the Lansing Regional Chamber to recognize the next crop of young professionals who will become the business and community leaders of tomorrow,” said Brian Gallagher, President of Grand River Connection.  

The recipients of the 10 Over the Next Ten Awards are selected based on their professional achievement, community involvement and personal success. Applicants are required to be 35 years old or younger, professionally centered in the tri-county area (Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton counties) and with a minimum of two years working in the Mid-Michigan Community.

“Attracting and retaining talent is a key component to the Greater Lansing region’s continued growth and diversification of our economy,” said Tim Daman, president and CEO of the Lansing Regional Chamber. “We are pleased to report that over 85% of our past recipients, now numbering 70 individuals, are still located in the tri-county region and are continuing to make positive economic and social contributions in their communities.”

The LRCC and GRC are soliciting a call for nominations from the business community and the tri-county region at large. To nominate a young professional under the age of 35 (and who also meets the criteria listed above); please contact either the Lansing Regional Chamber or GRC to acquire a nomination form. Nominations are due back to the Chamber by August 22, 2014.

2013 10 Over the Next Ten Recipients:

  • Josh Hovey, Truscott Rossman
  • Peter Spadafore, Acuitas, LLC
  • Brian Gallagher, Fraser Trebilcock
  • Nicole Szymczak, Lansing Community College
  • Andrea Kerbuski, CAMW!
  • Nikali Luke, Simplified Tax & Accounting Service PC
  • Emily Caswell, M3 Group
  • Andrea Ragan, Capital Area IT Council
  • Timothy Schmitt, City of East Lansing
  • Joseph Lee Yang, Boys & Girls Club of Lansing

The mission of the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) is to be the preeminent business advocacy organization in the Greater Lansing region by collaborating for economic growth, creating new opportunities for our members and upholding pro-business ideals through the advancement of sound public policy. More information about LRCC and its programs and services can be found on any of its social media platforms, including, Facebook, Twitter (@Lansing Chamber), LinkedIn and You Tube.

The Grand River Connection seeks to develop a stronger network to support Lansing and East Lansing's young and vital workforce. Our diverse, non-partisan group provides fun, social, and professional connections that encourage economic growth and community involvement where we live, work, and play. For more information, please visit


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