Grow with us

Most of your business’s success comes because of you and your employees. But joining the Greater Dowagiac Chamber of Commerce gives you a collective advantage that you won’t have going it alone:

We’ll help you get things done
Nothing is more frustrating when running a business than hitting a roadblock that stops your business from growing. As a Chamber member, we’ll help you overcome those obstacles by connecting you with the people and resources that make good things happen for Dowagiac businesses.

We’ll advocate for you
Your focus needs to be on your customers and business. We’ll be your voice in the political arena to make sure their decisions, their policies and laws support a healthy business climate.

We’ll be your change agent
Your business cannot stagnate. We’ll help implement improvements that make it easier to do business, attract top employees and keep them here.

We’ll listen
We’re ready to hear your ideas. Answer your questions. Pave the way so you can make your business dream happen. Give your business all the growth advantages.

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Latest News from your Chamber

  • October 30th, 2019

    Donations Accepted to Miss Dowagiac Scholarship Fund

    The Miss Dowagiac Scholarship Pageant, which is entering its 81st year, is now taking donations to its Scholarship Fund.
     
    Pageant director Tracy Urbanski of the Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center, and members of the Pageant Executive Committee welcomed 14 young women, who attended the recent orientation social held at Dowagiac Area History Museum. Contestants of the upcoming Feb. 6 pageant are shown above.
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  • October 30th, 2019

    Rental Rehab Program Attracts Much Attention

    When $60,000 is on the table and available to downtown property owners, who renovate their upper levels into residential apartments, it definitely attracts attention.
     
    Eighteen building owners and contractors attended the Rental Rehab orientation, held at City Hall earlier this month. Marilyn Smith, of Smith Housing, provided the briefing on the program that uses Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to support the development and rehabilitation of quality and affordable rental housing within the central business district.
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  • October 30th, 2019

    A Celebration of Our Members

    People, businesses and organizations that care for our community resonated throughout the evening at the Chamber's Annual Dinner & Celebration of its Members.
    More than 125 people gathered for the annual event Wednesday at the Elks Lodge, where Chamber officials paid tribute to Lifestyle Nutrition; Kyle Belew, owner of The Wounded Minnow; Dowagiac Union Schools; Joe Odenwald, Southwestern Michigan College incoming president; and Domestic And Sexual Assault Services (DASAS). Presdient Kim MacGregor is shown above with the award recipients.
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