Birmingham, MI – The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber’s 71st Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at The Community House in Birmingham from 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber Chairman Don Lee will report on the Chamber’s 2018 accomplishments and “pass the gavel” to the 2019 Chairperson Sunny Connelly as well as present their annual Ambassador of the Year Award. In addition, the BBChamber will present the 2018 Thrive Award. This award is tied to the Chamber’s strategic plan and is given to a member business that embraces the philosophy of Conscious Capitalism and Profit with Purpose in how it conducts its business. This year’s recipient is Oswald Companies.
Oswald Companies is one of the nation’s largest independent insurance and risk management brokerage firms. Based in Cleveland with a growing Bloomfield Hills office, Oswald is proud of its expertise locally in the manufacturing, health care and life insurance practices. In addition to specializations in real estate, lawyer’s professional liability and construction coverage, the company is also committed to personal client management. Staffed by employee-owners, Oswald has a unique stake in the success of its clients which sets it apart from others in the insurance sector. Oswald’s community involvement extends beyond charitable contributions to actively engage employees in volunteer activities throughout the year.
Sponsors for the event include the SS Digital Media, Beaumont Health, Bank of Ann Arbor, Fenner, Melstrom & Dooling, PLC, the Birmingham Principle Shopping District, and the Birmingham Bloomfield Credit Union.
Reservations are required for the Annual Meeting and can me made online at www.bbcc.com or by calling the BBChamber office at 248-644-1700. The Community House is located at 380 S. Bates Street in downtown Birmingham. A plated breakfast will be served. The fee to attend is $30 per person.
The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber is a membership organization dedicated to promoting the economic development, strengthen the business climate and improve the quality of life in the six communities it serves, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township and Franklin.