|As a member of the Chamber, Advocacy Center resources are included in the cost of your membership investment. Here are some resources you can begin taking advantage of immediately:|
|Action eAlerts – Email updates on the hottest community and legislative issues alerting members to take action||Face time with Elected Officials – Invites to exclusive meetings with policy makers||Pocket Friendly Voter Guide – click here to access|
|Research and Issue Support – Assistance with issue research, scheduling stakeholder meetings, legislation and ordinance evaluation etc.||Member Issue Forums – Access to informational presentations about relevant policy issues||Polling information – click here to find your polling place|
|Facebook and Twitter – Regular updates and information regarding advocacy efforts, initiatives, resources, forums and feedback||Taskforce Participation – Gauges interest on specific issues and invites participation in discussion about the topic||Priority Setting – Gauges member business interests on specific issues that set the Chamber’s legislative agenda.|
|Muskegon Business Political Action Committee – Donations supporting pro-business state candidates and issue education campaigns|
|If you are interested in learning more about the Advocacy Center or would like to sign up for any of the resources above, contact the Chamber today at 231-722-3751 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
The Chamber Government Affairs Committee recognizes the individuals and government entities who demonstrate a commitment to excellence and process improvement in ease of use, customer service, effective communication, building partnerships and commitment to economic development. Nominations for GEE! Awards are accepted year-round.
John Holter, Mark Cleveland and Jeff Ream, Egelston Township: John, Mark and Jeff’s proactive approach to development allowed KL Outdoor to expand operations and worked feverishly within a condensed timeline to get proper zoning and site plan approvals which were necessary for the expansion.
Cathy Brubaker-Clarke and Anne Couture, The City of Muskegon: The City of Muskegon’s team have worked with Pure Muskegon during the last three years in overcoming obstacles that ultimately led to the purchase of the Melching, former, Sappi Property.
PREVIOUS GEE! AWARD WINNERS