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6 warm activities for a chilly day
January is the coldest month in Flint & Genesee. So, if you’re not a fan of the winter blast, there are plenty of activities to do inside. Whether it’s with a group of friends or the entire family, here are six ways to have fun indoors. Catch a Firebirds Game Flint’s own OHL team, the Flint Firebirds, play from September… Read More 

Training days are here again at the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce, where we believe that a well-trained and motivated workforce is vital to the growth of our community and the health of your businesses and organizations. With the addition of the Chamber’s new Business Training Manager Brianna Mosier, the program has been tweaked to incorporate greater flexibility in the… Read More 

Attracting and retaining business in Flint and Genesee County is a core focus for the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce. We work with our partners, including the City of Flint and Genesee County, as well as regional, state and federal partners, to ensure that we meet the needs of companies currently operating here or considering opening a business in… Read More 

[caption id="attachment_39155" align="alignright" width="152"] Jeremy M. Lynn, PE[/caption] ROWE Professional Services Co. named Jeremy M. Lynn, PE, a principal of the company. He joins ROWE’s current team of five principals. Lynn, a Durand resident, began his career at ROWE in 2000 after earning a B.S. in civil engineering from Michigan Technological University earlier that year, was named a ROWE associate… Read More 

A Shark Tank survivor will be the keynote speaker at next week’s I-69 Thumb Region’s Annual Summit. [caption id="attachment_39222" align="alignright" width="345"] VADE CEO Joe Johnson and wife, Megan, making a business pitch on ABC's Shark Tank in November 2018.[/caption] East Lansing entrepreneur Joe Johnson will share insights on what it takes to swim with the sharks of business world when… Read More 

Last summer, the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan employed nearly 60 teen employees who helped serve 72,360 hot meals, sort 664,184 pounds of food and complete other important projects. “This allowed us to distribute at least 10 times more food than we would have been able to otherwise,” said Keri Brack, volunteer coordinator for the organization, which collaborates with a… Read More