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Help Edward-Elmhurst Health Workers Stay Safe

COVID-19 is placing significant pressure on Edward-Elmhurst Health’s ability to keep stock of personal protective equipment (PPE) appropriate to the role and the risk of front line staff.  They have placed a call for donations of PPE, and if they are not able to use donated items – they will be connecting those goods toContinue reading

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Government Affairs Brief: Local & Federal Updates Regarding COVID-19

LOCAL UPDATES City Council will meet tonight with an emergency meeting following.  We will provide an update tomorrow following that meeting. The 5th Avenue Workshop scheduled for April 6 has been postponed.   To clarify, Governor Pritzker’s Executive Order for Bars and Restaurants to close as of 9:00 pm last night allows for delivery, drive-thru, curb-side pick-up, and carry-out/ take-out.  Take-out is definedContinue reading

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Naperville Restaurant Resource: Ready for Delivery or Pick-Up & Closure Information

Thank you for wanting to still patronize our local restaurants and eateries!  Your gesture is business saving. We have compiled a list of restaurants that have adapted to our current events by adjusting their service style to best serve you, and keep their business operating.  Keep in mind, hours may vary and we recommend callingContinue reading

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We have identified some simple measures you can take to support local businesses in this difficult time. Your gesture, your patronage, and your decision to support them – could be the difference between keeping their doors open or closing.

Social Support Business during COVID 19
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CDC Mitigation Framework: Communities, Schools, Workplaces, and Events (Guidelines to help in safely reopening) Collins Law Firm: Insurance for Business Interruption US Chamber of Commerce CARES Act FAQ Sheet Our goal at the NACC is to always be your business resource. And, we have entered a new and relatively uncharted territory regarding the discovery of COVID-19.  ThisContinue reading

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What are some FREE things I can do with my membership?

Everyone loves free right? I recently read an article about how many billionaires gain and keep their fortunes off of remaining frugal. Case in point, Mark Zuckerberg shopping for wholesale bargains at Costco. We know that you have chosen to make the investment in your organization by joining the NACC. For some businesses, it isContinue reading

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3 Common Reasons Organizations Join the NACC

Happy New Year! With the new year comes many new Members that will be making the commitment to grow their businesses through the many outlets the Chamber provides. When meeting with all the different organizations that are thinking of joining the Chamber, I come across three main reasons: to grow my business, to develop myselfContinue reading

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Naperville Area Chamber Of Commerce Announces New CEO

Board of Directors unanimously votes Kaylin Risvold in as President and CEO of the NACC The Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce (NACC) is pleased to announce Kaylin Risvold will assume the role as its new President and CEO effective October 24, 2019. After nearly two years of work to hone the process to fill thisContinue reading

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Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation Seeking Applications for Community Grants

Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation is accepting applications for its annual Community Grants Program that has awarded nearly $1 million over the past six years to Illinois organizations dedicated to improving children’s oral health. nnApplications for the 2019 Community Grants Program will be accepted starting on Aug. 1 and ending at 5 p.m. on Oct.Continue reading

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Find Your Company’s Next Shining Star at NIU Engineering Job Fair

More than 400 engineering students are expected at the 2019 Fall Job and Internship Fair hosted by the Northern Illinois University’s (NIU) College of Engineering and Engineering Technology, where as many as 70 local manufacturing companies will turn out to recruit for full-time and part-time jobs, co-ops, and internships.nnThe event, which is open to theContinue reading