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Yesterday Governor Bruce Rauner agreed to sign the Future Energy Jobs Bill as amended. Today the revised bill faces new hurdles, and our community needs to contact Governor Rauner's office urging him to sign the bill. Please take 10 minutes of your day to make this phone call, and encourage your employees to do the same. These efforts can help retain Exelon and its 4,200 jobs in the region.

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As our region works toward Q2030, a plan to increase jobs, investment, and opportunity for all who call the Quad Cities home, developing a welcoming and inclusive community is key. Each of us has an important role to continue the process of moving toward cultural competency, and promoting and advocating for inclusion throughout our region.

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For us, Bridging the River, Building the Region is not just our tagline. It is a priority, a belief, and at the center of the work we do. We are passionate about uniting the Quad Cities region to create, grow and prosper together as one.

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Innovating to serve you better

​In today's world where information is coming to you in all directions, relevant material is more important than ever and can also be harder to find. We recognize this, and are taking innovative steps to help you save time while getting the most out of your membership.

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We at the Quad Cities Chamber are grateful to have amazing members who are passionate about their business and the community. In the coming months, we'll be sharing stories of members who are inspired by momentum in the region, the opportunity that Q2030 presents, work happening to strengthen the business climate, energy around the Chamber's Young Professionals of the Quad Cities, and much more....

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The number one concern of businesses locally and nationally is workforce; there is a constant demand for qualified individuals to take on an ever changing skill set. As we work collectively in this region, through Q2030, to leverage and align resources in a movement to create more jobs, investment, and economic opportunity for all, workforce is a critical part of this equation.

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Chamber member Family Resources was awarded a new contract to serve Survivors of Homicide and Other Violent Crimes (SOHP) and on July 1 began providing services. SOHP Advocates for this program interact with the criminal justice system, as well as many community resources and entities when assisting survivors. “It’s important that our community understands that Survivors of Homicide is not...

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Celebrate the season and the spirit of giving at the Family Museum's WinterFest. ​The Family Museum will continue its tradition of WinterFest on Sunday, December 4, from noon – 5:00 pm. There will be a host of joyful family activities for everyone including dance performances from the Family Museum Dance Company, holiday music performed the Bettendorf High School Chamber Choir and the Rock...

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Main Street Baseball, owner and operator of the Quad Cities River Bandits, has won Ballpark Digest’s 2016 Organization of the Year award. Main Street Baseball is led by CEO Dave Heller and runs four affiliated Minor League Baseball teams; the Billings Mustangs (Pioneer League, Cincinnati Reds), Lowell Spinners (Short-A, Boston Red Sox), Quad Cities River Bandits (Midwest League, Houston Astros)...

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​Midwest Alarm Services, a leading provider of life safety systems, based in Des Moines, Iowa, was the recipient of the NOTIFIER Multi-Million Dollar Award. This is Midwest’s 6th consecutive year winning this prestigious award. This award is given to the top, most successful fire alarm companies in the industry. This year there were only 12 companies out of hundreds that received this award.

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