KEEPING YOU CURRENT WITH THINGS GOING ON AROUND MARQUETTE COUNTY.

As we continue on into November, there are a lot of things going on in the business and economic front in Marquette County.  The best way to find out what’s going on is to stay tuned to Mark & Walt in the Morning on your radio and stay connected here on the big show blog!  Here’s some examples for your consideration!

THE GREATER ISHPEMING-NEGAUNEE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HITS THE WORLD WIDE WEB.

GINCC EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ELIZABETH PETERSON.

Elizabeth Peterson, the Executive Director of the Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Chamber of Commerce, joined us in the studios to talk about the agency getting it’s new website launched on the internet and to chat about other upcoming events they are hosting.  She also informed us of a special event coming up in Alger County with one of the winners of the “Biggest Loser” TV show that is open to the public and will be a highly motivational session.

To listen to Elizabeth’s complete interview from the morning show, please click “HERE“.  To log onto the GINCC website to check it out and find out more about the agency, please click “HERE“.

THE ECONOMIC CLUB OF MARQUETTE COUNTY TALKS ABOUT WOOD.

TOM BALDINI .

Tom Baldini, the immediate Past President of the Economic Club of Marquette, visited the show recently to discuss the latest speaker who will be visiting Marquette to address the group.  Tom gave us the background on Kevin Korpi who is the Executive Director of the Michigan Forest Products Council.  Korpi will be addressing the club on Monday, November 8th at the Ramada Inn in Marquette.  He will be discussing the many aspects of forestland-based commerce in the Upper Peninsula and how it impacts the global economy.

To hear more about the meeting and how you can get involved with, or become a member of the Economic Club of Marquette County, you can listen to Tom’s interview by clicking “HERE“.  To log on to the Economic Club’s website, please click “HERE“.

SO, THERE YOU GO!

Keeping you abreast of what’s going on on the business and economic side of Marquette County.  Hope you’ll stick around as we bring you more information about these two groups and more.


CHEERS!

-Walt