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April 3, 2020 Joe Pellman

Indy Chamber Launches “Buy Indy” Campaign to Support Small Businesses While Sheltering in Place

(INDIANAPOLIS) – In an effort to further support small businesses and encourage the public to comply with recommended state and local health protocols, the Indy Chamber launched the Buy Indy campaign today to help business owners inform customers about changes in their business offerings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and…

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March 30, 2020 Emily Krawzak

Mayor Hogsett & Indy Chamber Announce Nearly $3M Toward $10M Goal for Small Business Support Loan Fund

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Mayor Joe Hogsett joined leadership of the Indy Chamber today to announce nearly $3 million in investments committed for a Rapid Response Loan Fund for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, including $1.5 million from City of Indianapolis sources. The Indy Chamber also issued a challenge to…

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March 27, 2020 Emily Krawzak

Welcome to new members in March!

We’d like to give a warm welcome to all Indy Chamber members who joined in the month of March! We are thrilled to support you as you do business in our state, especially in these uncertain times. The Boeing CompanyPurdue Polytechnic High School Shear Property Group First Financial Bank…

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March 27, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

All in together now

A track from RZA and Wu-Tang delivers the perfect message for this week: We’re in this together, all with a part to play – it will take unprecedented public-private collaboration to tackle the coronavirus crisis, a health challenge unlike any we’ve ever faced before. As a business community, we’ve rallied…

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March 16, 2020 Joe Pellman

Indy Chamber Remarks on COVID-19 to Indianapolis City-County Council

INDIANAPOLIS – Below are remarks given by Indy Chamber President Michael Huber at the March 16, 2020 Indianapolis City-County Council meeting: “Nearly 85% of Indy Chamber members are small businesses, and as we prioritize the health of our community, we must also prioritize the health of our local economy. With…

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March 13, 2020 Emily Krawzak

Global Gifts To Implement Fee For Single-use Paper Shopping Bags

Reusable Bags, Not Paper, Will Help Solve the Environmental Challenge of Single-use Bags Indianapolis, IN – March 13, 2020  This Earth Day Global Gifts will begin phasing out their paper shopping bags at all four store locations in Indiana and Ohio. This comes as Global Gifts announces a new fee…

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March 13, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

The E.N.D.

To say it’s been an eventful week would be…a bit of an understatement.  But sticking to the Statehouse, the 2020 session of the General Assembly came to an end late on Wednesday.  (The title of the 2009 Black-Eyed Peas album is an acronym for ‘Energy Never Dies’ –…

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March 12, 2020 Joe Pellman

Our Updated Coronavirus (COVID-19) Policy

Last week we provided you our policy in regards to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and noted that we would be monitoring the situation on a daily basis. In response to recent major events (including the temporary suspension of the NBA season, restrictions on attendees to NCAA tournaments, and federal travel restrictions),…

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March 6, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Fight the Power!

This penultimate week of the 2020 session was also sad week for hip-hop fans, as the legendary Public Enemy parted ways with founding member Flavor Flav over political differences (specifically, participation in a pre-Super Tuesday Bernie Sanders rally). It’s a reminder that politics is personal, and can affect our lives…

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March 5, 2020 Emily Krawzak

ClusterTruck: I Am Indy Chamber

  “Multiple menus. One central kitchen. Delicious on demand.” ClusterTruck has taken over the food delivery industry by cutting out the middleman to give Indianapolis and beyond hot, fresh food made to order! What’s the secret? Their team behind the stove doesn’t start cooking until a driver is available…

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