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September Celebrated as Chamber of Commerce Month in Wisconsin

MADISON – Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) – the state chamber of commerce – declared September as Chamber of Commerce Month in Wisconsin. Throughout the month, WMC will work with local chambers of commerce to highlight the crucial role chambers play in communities across the state.

Wisconsin is home to more than 265 local chambers, which strengthen the economy, advocate for businesses large and small, provide resources to professionals, promote tourism and connect local communities.

“WMC is thankful for the excellent work our local chambers do each and every day in the state,” said WMC President & CEO Kurt Bauer. “Wisconsin’s economy and business climate is undoubtedly strengthened by the leadership of our chambers of commerce, and we’re glad to highlight and celebrate their contributions this month.”

Gov. Tony Evers, at the request of the Wisconsin Chambers of Commerce Executives (WCCE), a division of WMC, proclaimed September as Chamber of Commerce Month in Wisconsin.

“Local chambers lead the charge in community growth and are at the forefront of local business development and connection,” shared WCCE Chairman Dave Eckmann. “Chamber of Commerce Month is a great opportunity to recognize their dedication to our state’s overall success.”

Throughout the month, chambers will celebrate through a variety of activities, including events, social media campaigns, member outreach and more. The month’s celebration will culminate at the WCCE Annual Conference & Retreat, held Sept. 26-28 in Lake Geneva.

To learn more about Chamber of Commerce Month celebrations, visit

About WCCE:
WCCE offers professional development and advocacy for local chambers of commerce and advances the management skills and experience of chamber of commerce executives from across the state. WCCE provides a variety of resources, products, services and events for chamber professionals. Learn more at





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