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Your Chamber at Work - January 30, 2023

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FROM THE KC CHAMBER'S PRESIDENT AND CEO THE CHIEFS ARE GOING TO THE SUPER BOWL – AGAIN! The fourth time was the charm last night as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. Nice to have the Lamar Hunt trophy back at Arrowhead. And now it’s on to Phoenix! On another subject… As KC Chamber members, you’re very important to us. Because of your support, we can report that 2022 was a very good year. Read Article
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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: ESKIE & ASSOCIATES ARE DOT CONNECTORS

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Erin Eskie Merrill grew up on construction sites. “I basically have been in a hard hat and on job sites as long as I can remember, and probably before.” Her father started Eskie & Associates in 1969, and Merrill would often spend time with him at some of the jobs. That love of construction stayed with her, and now she’s co-owner at Eskie and managing partner. Read Article
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MARC Board of Directors elects new officers

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The MARC Board of Directors has elected new leadership. Carson Ross, mayor of Blue Springs, Missouri, was elected chair at the Jan. 24 Board meeting. He replaces Harold Johnson Jr., commissioner for the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, who served as chair for the past two years. Read Article
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Your Chamber at Work - January 23, 2023

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FROM THE KC CHAMBER'S PRESIDENT AND CEO Advocating for Kansas City’s business and community interests is an important part of the KC Chamber’s work.  We’re very pleased to see some of our priorities included in proposals from both Governor Parson and Governor Kelly. One of the issues we’re most concerned about is the lack of available quality childcare, which is keeping too many people out of the workforce. We’ve pushed solutions to the childcare crunch for years in both Missouri and Kansas and our advocacy is finally paying off. Read Article