(FLINT, Mich., April 1, 2015) – The Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce today announced that several local businesses joined the organization in March. These new members represent a wide range of industries and are actively contributing to the success and economic activity of this region.
“We're pleased to welcome our new members to the Flint & Genesee Chamber,” said Tim Herman, CEO of the Chamber. “They have joined hundreds of business owners and managers working with the Chamber to move the economy forward and make Flint and Genesee County a better place to work, live and play. And we're excited to have them join us.”
The businesses include:
- ACI Plastics (2945 Davison Road, Flint): A recycler of engineered thermoplastics, primarily for the automotive industry.
- B & L Automotive (6433 Corunna Road, Flint): An auto repair business that also provides towing and roadside assistance.
- Kona Ice Genesee (Swartz Creek): A food truck that makes and sells shaved ice at sporting tournaments and events for nonprofit businesses.
- The MAAC Sports & Fitness (5338 W. Vienna Road, Clio): A state-of-the-art fitness center with two full-sized basketball courts that double as volleyball courts.
- Promise Keeper Auto Sales (3615 N. Saginaw St., Flint): A family owned and operated dealership that sells used vehicles.
- RE/MAX Right Choice (5092 W. Vienna Road, Clio): A real estate agency affiliated with the global RE/MAX network.
- Complete Realty (4415 Richfield Road, Flint): A real estate agency that works with buyers and sellers in Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Oakland and Tuscola counties.
- FBH Architectural Security, Inc. (600 Bloor Ave., Flint): A commercial locksmith that custom fabricates, sells and installs commercial doors and hardware.
- Flint Monarchs (Flint): An official member of the Women's American Basketball Association, a professional league for women basketball players in the United States.
- FTGF Crossfit (4111 Jimbo Drive, Burton): A fitness center specializing in the CrossFit core strength and conditioning program.
As members of Genesee County’s largest business advocacy organization, these businesses can take advantage of several benefits available through the Chamber, including money saving and insurance programs, business and talent services, networking opportunities, seminars and workshops, and assistance in securing government contracts.
“Our services can have a major impact on sustaining and growing businesses of all sizes, but particularly small businesses,” said Heather Kale, Director of Member Services for the Chamber. “In addition to providing networking services, we help companies enter new markets and connect them with talent and financial resources. Our goal is to help businesses make their goals become reality."