Services To Help Your Business
Take advantage of our One Minute Videos!
A chance for you to record a short commercial that the Chamber runs on both our Facebook Page and YouTube Channel!
An additional “hot deal” where members can get their message out while enjoying all the other benefits of membership!
Contact the MG Chamber today to learn more about this and other current and future programs!
Meet New Customers, Introduce Your Business, Promote Your Expertise at our 2015 Events…Ever Onward!
2nd – VIP Business After Hours at House of Torment Haunted House (7:00 – 9:00 pm) RSVP directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-203-3130
3rd – MGCCI Sponsors 5K Run during the Morton Grove Park District’s Octoberfest (8am)
22nd – Multi-Chamber Business After Hours at Advocate Lutheran General (5:30 – 7:30 pm)
4th – “Untangle Your Utility Bills” – A presentation by the Citizens Utility Board in conjunction with the Morton Grove Public Library in their newly renovated Baxter Room (7-8pm)
2nd – Annual Holiday Party hosted by Upstairs Hair Affair – 5901 Dempster Street (5-8 pm)
2016 – February
24th - Multi-Chamber Business After Hours hosted by Northwest Community Credit Union (5-7 pm)
Be Sure to look for updates on the above and more events not yet listed with the specific days, times & locations on our FACEBOOK PAGE. Help build your business by participating in the Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce!
21st – New Business for a New Year (a MG Chamber Lunch & Learn Program) featuring Wayne Messmer & Nancy Radzevich at Audi Morton Grove’s new dealership at Golf & Waukegan (12 noon – 1:30 pm)
11th – Business After Hours – Wright-Way Animal Rescue (5-7 pm)
12th – Wine & Chocolate Business After Hours – Silverado Orchard Park (5-7 pm)
17th – Presidents’ Day Business After Hours (with Niles Chamber) – American Legion Post 134 (5-7 pm)
18th – Prom Night Business Expo (7-9 pm/open for all) & Business After Hours (5-7 pm /RSVP) - American Legion Civic Center
23rd – NetConnect Business Resources Exhibit Networking Breakfast – BMO Harris Bank (7077 Dempster Street, Niles) 8 – 9 am
28th – Multi Chamber Business After Hours – Lin-Mar Motors/CARCARE Collision Centers (5940 West Oakton Street, Morton Grove) corner of Austin & Oakton from 5-8 pm.
19th Scotch Double Bowling Night Fundraiser at Classic Bowl from 6-8 pm. A fun night where you CAN mix business with pleasure!
4th – Independence Day Parade (2:30pm) & Fireworks (sunset) – Harrer Park at Dempster Street. Come see the presentation of the “MGCCI President’s Cup” for the best entry in the parade!
12th - A joint program with the Morton Grove Historical Society and Morton Grove Public Library on the Life and Times of the Chicago Tribune’s Colonel Robert R. McCormick presented by Jeffrey Anderson of the Robert R. McCormick Museum at the Morton Grove Public Library’s Baxter Room (6140 Lincoln Avenue) starting at 2 pm.
20th – Community Open House BBQ with food, music and more! (Silverado Memory Care at 5520 Lincoln Avenue, Morton Grove from 3:30 to 6:30pm)
Enjoy a wonderful summer in Morton Grove…and please stop by and do business with a member of the Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce!
16th – The 37th Annual Golf Outing & Banquet at Chevy Chase Country Club at 1000 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Wheeling, IL (11 am Lunch, 12 noon Golf, 5:30 Cocktails & 6:00 Dinner).
Marketing & Advertising Opportunities…Please inquire about price, options and availability!
Weekly E-Blast Newsletter (now on Wednesdays with upcoming events and Fridays with featured members)
Community Guide (when next published)
Welcome Neighbor Program
Website Listing on MGCCI.org or the Chamber’s Facebook page and YouTube channel
Other Options…please ask us by contacting: email@example.com today!
The Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce and Industry is dedicated to promoting and advocating for the local business community to ensure the continued economic, cultural and civic well-being of Morton Grove. We are a vehicle for business to work collectively to build their business and enhance the economic make-up of the community. We inform businesses and advocate on their behalf about local, state and federal issues, since 1926.