Chamber members are as diverse as the community itself. They represent businesses of all sizes and industries and viewpoints from every position on the political spectrum. Together, we’re creating an environment for business success through community leadership, promotion, inclusive business advocacy and valued member services.
|In 2015, The Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce
set a State record, being recognized as Chamber of the
Year for the fourth time!The Muskegon Chamber was
recognized as Michigan’s Large Chamber of the Year in
2006, 2010, 2012 and most recently in 2015.
|This year, the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce celebrates 125 years of impacting our community for the benefit of businesses, members, and more! Click here to view highlights of the Chamber’s history.|
“The Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce received this award based on its accomplishments in leadership and governance, financial stewardship, business advocacy and member programming,” said Bob Thomas, Director for the Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals. “Among the chamber’s noted achievements were its leadership in state and local policy issues and economic development, its role in the “Watch Muskegon” image campaign and community development, and best practices in leadership development.”
The best source for business success
To sustain an environment for business success through community leadership, promotion, inclusive business advocacy and valued member services
Community Leadership – The Chamber takes a long-term view of community growth and prosperity by encouraging innovative regional solutions for economic development on Michigan’s West Coast.
Community Promotion – The Chamber promotes the area as the best place in Michigan to live, work and play.
Valued Member Services – The Chamber offers quality business information, member referrals, cost-saving benefits, networking opportunities and affordable training.
Inclusive Business Advocacy – The Chamber provides the voice of all businesses for all quality enterprises: multicultural, large and small, local, regional, and global. The Chamber works to influence government and other local institutions to provide the best inclusive business climate possible for business growth and development.