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Welcome to the Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce Website!

Located on the border of Marinette, Wisconsin and Menominee, Michigan our two-city, two-state Chamber offers many programs and services that contribute to the economic growth and stability of our area businesses. Through our partnerships with them we also provide numerous opportunities for individuals to work together for the common good of our communities.

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Welcome New Chamber Board Members

The Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to introduce two new Chamber board members. These dedicated professionals will be serving a three-year term and will play a crucial role in advancing the Chamber’s mission in promoting economic growth and community development in the Marinette and Menominee area.

The Chamber is delighted to welcome the following individuals to its 2023-2024 Board of Directors.

Lexi Rasner - Riverside Golf Cub
Mark Callow - Samuel Pressure Vessel Group

They will be joining 2023-2024 Executive Committee Members;

President, Donna Macco - Menco
President-Elect, Cynthia Bailey - NWTC
Vice President, Scott Smith - L.E. Jones
Treasurer, Dr. Aaron Steuck - M&M Chiropractic & Wellness
Trustee, Wes Stripling - First National Bank & Trust
Trustee, Justin Wroblewski - The Stephenson National Bank & Trust
Immediate Past President, John Hofer - Provident Health Foundation

And Directors;

Julie Bieber - Bellin Health
Derek Butler - Lloyd Flanders Industries
Phil Eatherton - Waupaca Foundry
Chris Elliott - Johnson Controls
Sean Fernstrum - R.W. Fernstrum & Company
Edwin Jackson - Caterpillar
Kevin Possi - ChemDesign
Eric Postle - Kimberly-Clark
Tammi Salewsky - iBeAuthentic
Lee Schuchart - Schuchart Law Offices, LLC
Ex-Officio - Adam Landenberger, Wave - UW Green Bay - Marinette Campus

All of these individuals bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, and passion to the Chamber board. We thank you for your time and commitment.

2024 Chamber Scholarship Applications
For nomination form click here.

Community Leadership Academy - Session #5

On Wednesday, February 15th, Community Leadership Academy (CLA) students met for session five of this years program - Health & Wellness. Our thanks to Julie Bieber - Bellin Health and Ed Harding - Aurora Medical Center - Bay Area, session Co-Chairs, for helping to coordinate and lead activities.

CLA participants spent the day listening to and learning from several guest speakers, in addition to touring Bellin Health Marinette and Aurora Medical Center - Bay Area. Our thanks to all of our hosts and guest presenters for taking time out of your day to help our class better understand the many aspects of healthcare and wellness initiatives here in our area.

Pictured (L-R) Julie Bieber, Dean Maniscalco, Ed Harding
Pictured (L-R) Julie Bieber, Dean Maniscalco, Ed Harding

Marinette Menominee Chamber Hosts Career Expo’

The Career Opportunities Expo’ program presented by the Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce was held on Wednesday, January 17th at the UWGB-Marinette Campus in Marinette.

This year, more than 300 10th-grade students joined us from Marinette High School, Menominee High School, Wausaukee High School, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, and Stephenson High School.

Major Event Sponsor Waupaca Foundry
Major Event Sponsor Waupaca Foundry

This half-day event introduced the 10th-grade students to careers and community role models in the Marinette and Menominee area.   Students attended moderated "career cluster" panels which were comprised of individuals who are employed in careers in that cluster. Students had pre-selected their top three career interests and were then scheduled to attend the panels that closely matched their interests. In addition, the display area of the event provided students with further information and hands-on activities.

Special thanks to Major Event Sponsor: Waupaca Foundry, Co-Sponsor: Samuel Pressure Vessel Group, Supporting Sponsors: Nestegg Marine and ChemDesign Products, Inc., and In-kind Sponsor: UW Green Bay - Marinette Campus. Thanks also to our 100 plus volunteers and event Co-Chairs Amy Bretl and Jenny Short.