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Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals names Howell Area Chamber of Commerce as a finalist for ‘Outstanding Chamber of the Year’

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Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals names Howell Area Chamber of Commerce as a finalist for ‘Outstanding Chamber of the Year’ The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce has been named a finalist in Michigan’s Outstanding Chamber of the Year by the Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals. Each year, chambers of commerce…

It’s that time of year! Howell Area Chamber’s Community Guide & Membership Directory Ads are due soon!

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One of the best, most cost-effective and easiest marketing decisions you can make this year is to advertise in the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Community Guide & Membership Directory. 2017 Community Guide & Membership Directory will be distributed in early 2017, so ad deadlines are approaching soon! The…

Margaret Starkey Scholarship recipients awarded scholarships at Good Morning Livingston

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The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation annually awards the Margaret Starkey Scholarship to outstanding, non-traditional students at September’s Good Morning Livingston event at Crystal Gardens. 2016 awarded three winners, each of whom will receive $1,500. They are: Alyssa Ballestero of Special Ministries of Livingston County, is currently attending Eastern…

Who wants to be a leader? Applications are due by Sept. 1

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If you are looking to develop your leadership skills and network with leaders in Livingston County, Leadership Livingston is for you. Deadline for applications for the 2016-2017 class is Sept. 1. Co-founded by Cleary University and the Howell and Brighton chambers of commerce, Leadership Livingston is a unique opportunity for…

Howell Chamber recognized again for MTA Flint-to-Howell initiative

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Pratt, Chastity. “Program busing Flint workers to distant jobs holds promise across state.” Bridge, News and analysis from The Center for Michigan Aug. 16, 2016: Program busing Flint workers to distant jobs holds promise across the state Livingston County residents are in an enviable position with an unemployment rate that…