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Chambers of Commerce
Contributing to our Agenda:

Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber
Battle Creek Area Chamber of Commerce
Buffalo Niagara Partnership
Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce
Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
Columbus Chamber of Commerce
Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce
Detroit Regional Chamber
Duluth Chamber of Commerce
Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership
Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce
Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce
Greater Cleveland Partnership
Greater Des Moines Partnership
Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce
Greater Louisville Inc. - The Metro Chamber of Commerce
Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce
Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce

Kalamazoo Regional Chamber of Commerce
Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce
Lima/Allen County Chamber of Commerce
Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce
Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance
Plattsburgh North Country Chamber of Commerce
Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce
Rockford Chamber of Commerce
Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce
Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce
Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce
West Michigan Chamber Coalition
Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber

Great Lakes Metro Chambers Coalition

The Great Lakes Region is the world’s most important economic engine, covering all or parts of twelve states and two Canadian provinces. Indeed, it is the second largest economy in the world, the cradle of innovation, ingenuity and productivity, the home of many or the world’s leading educational and health care institutions, and the source of 20% of the world’s fresh water supply.

The region faces significant challenges as it adjusts to a new global economy – challenges that call for a change in approach to the region’s future. Those changes include a new partnership between the federal government and the Great Lakes states to provide an immediate boost to the region’s economy through significant job-creating infrastructure investment, as well as new policies to help drive the long term economic transformation of the region.

A group of metropolitan chambers of commerce has been developing an agenda for the transformation of the Great Lakes region, based on a new collaboration among federal, state, and local government and the private sector, and emphasizing strategic federal investment in five key areas that will help return the region to its historical role as a jobs-creating machine.