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Chamber has speakers, dinner on tap this fall

As a #LoveLansing resident, fall is my favorite time of the year. School is back in session, football and other sports are back in action, and events are quickly filling our bus…

As a #LoveLansing resident, fall is my favorite time of the year. School is back in session, football and other sports are back in action, and events are quickly filling our busy schedules. The Lansing region has something for everyone. 

At the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce, we host more than 60 events during the year. From Member Mixers to Chamber University, these events help our members connect, grow and thrive. 

In addition to the great networking and educational opportunities, the Lansing Economic Club features prominent local, regional and national speakers covering a broad spectrum of business-related topics ranging from economic trends and business success stories to the latest in management and leadership insights. 

The fall Economic Club series kicks off in September with Kevin Suboski, EOS implementer and founder of Suboski and Company, followed by Business Leaders for Michigan President and CEO Doug Rothwell in October and the prestigious Celebration of Regional Growth Awards in November. The 2018 series concludes in December with AF Group President and CEO Lisa Corless.  

If politics and policy are your cup of tea, don’t forget the chamber’s Legislative Dinner on Oct. 24. If you’re interested in adding any of these events to your schedule, contact Ashlee Willis at michiganpremierevents@lansingchamber.org for more information. 

While we are all extremely busy attending school functions, football games and business events, it’s also important to remember to have fun and enjoy the outdoors too!

From Old Town to downtown and Potter Park to Michigan State University, there are more than 20 miles of paved trails that run through parks and natural areas to enjoy throughout our region. Whether you’re catching a football game, enjoying a day on the river or enjoying your favorite patio at one of the region’s fine establishment, Lansing has so much to offer.

Do yourself a favor: Get out and explore everything our community has to enjoy!

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