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For the 25th year, the Chamber is preparing to recognize five area companies as finalists for the W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award. Here’s a look at this year’s honorees.
Mary Kellogg was at the Chamber March 21 to speak to members of The Network about her experience helping to grow the Titanic museum in Branson from an idea into a $20 million business.
Following the recommendation of the Springfield Good Government Committee, the Chamber has endorsed these candidates for mayor and Springfield City Council.
The Chamber board of directors encourages members to support the Springfield Public Schools bond issue on the April 4 ballot.
The kickoff of the 2017 Public Policy Speaker Series featured an impressive panel of senators representing the Springfield region.
In our ongoing effort to help member businesses make new connections, the Chamber has several new and returning events on the calendar for 2017.
Check out our March 2017 Small Business Spotlight company, Robert Cirtin Investigations!