Bay City Chamber manages growth through pandemic

Bay City Chamber manages growth through pandemic

Despite dealing with the effects of a COVID-19 pandemic, the Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture managed to grow its membership during the challenging year.

“On behalf of the Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, I want to thank each of you for your support and the different ways you contribute to our success. 2021 has been a very demanding year, it seems life threw almost everything at us, from freezes, COVID, a hurricane, and of course lots of rain,” said Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture President Mitch Thames. “The Chamber is ending the year with a small amount of money on the books and hundreds of successes. We want to thank the board of directors. These men and women work tirelessly behind the scenes making sure the policies are followed and the Chamber is on track to fulfill the goals.”

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