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Detroit Regional Chamber Offers Membership Dues Relief for Any Business that Needs It

The Detroit Regional Chamber understands how the COVID-19 health crisis is affecting businesses across the region. That’s why the Chamber will defer membership dues for up to 90-days for businesses who join the Chamber in April, May, or June.

As one of the largest and most impactful business organizations in Michigan, the Chamber expects this move will give companies access to the support and information they need to not only weather the current crisis but also restart their operations once Gov. Whitmer’s “Stay at Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives” Executive Order has been lifted. Existing Chamber members renewing their membership during the same time period can elect the same deferment option.

The Chamber team puts members first. While we inform members daily on the latest information and resources to navigate the crisis, our leadership is also communicating the business points of view to the public officials who are making decisions. Since March, the Chamber’s government relations team has regularly advised government leaders at local, state, and federal levels on immediate business needs. This dialogue will continue.

The Chamber has also been providing resources and information for the entire business community through its online resource center at The Center includes information on government assistance, employee health and wellness, and tools to telecommunicate and more. The Chamber is also hosting a daily Tele-Town Hall Series featuring discussions with business and government leaders to provide the most up-to-date information on assistance available to businesses and their employees.

To discuss how the Chamber’s dues flexibility can help your business, please contact Lori Ostrow at or 313.596.0394.

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