Madison, Wis. (September 30, 2021) – Wisconsin Governor, Tony Evers, has issued a proclamation recognizing September 2021 as Chamber of Commerce Month in Wisconsin. This is to celebrate the hundreds of Chambers throughout our state for their countless essential contributions to our local communities.
Whereas; the are more than 265 local chambers of commerce serving villages, towns, cities, counties, and regions throughout Wisconsin; and
Whereas; these chambers provide a wide variety of services to their members, including advocacy, education, and economic development; and
Whereas; many chambers also promote tourism and other community events while working to solve economic challenges and encouraging entrepreneurship; and
Whereas; our chamber of commerce are critical community partners and problem solvers with the unique ability to work with stakeholders from both the private and public sectors; and
Whereas; as our local businesses continue to face unprecedented challenges stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, our chambers of commerce and the essential work they do for the communities they serve have never been more important; and
Whereas; this month, the state of Wisconsin joins all Wisconsinites in commending the local chambers of commerce across our state that work hard to make Wisconsin a better place to live, work, and play;
Now, therefore I, Tony Evers, Governor of the State of Wisconsin, do hereby proclaim September 2021 as Chamber of Commerce Month throughout the State of Wisconsin and I commend this observance to all our state’s residents.
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