NACC Makes News in March

Whether for our programming and events, our powerful Board of Directors and leadership team, or for our efforts in advocacy – the NACC’s goal is to always be talking to make sure our community can hear what we are doing to stay relevant and a part of the fabric of our business community.

Read where YOUR CHAMBER came up in the news during the month of March.

Making a Move?

After Hours

State of the City 2022

Naperville has adapted to change, even during pandemic, mayor says in State of City Address

2022 State of the City Address by Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico

‘Now is the time to be bold’: Naperville mayor touts perseverance in State of the City Address

Herman Tatz obituary (1931 – 2022)

State of the City | DuPagepads to repurpose hotel | naper nights schedule

Donald Bartyzel

Call for expanding the minimum wage tax credit

Art talk – where everybody knows her name

U.S. Chamber awards seven Chambers of Commerce with accreditation

U.S. Chamber recognizes naperville business group

Metropolitan Family Services DuPage names new members to its community board

Naperville nixes regulations requiring permits for food trucks

Naperville Helps! Assists local businesses, healthcare workers during pandemic

After hours

Bob Odenkirk | NACC Five-Star Accreditation | NCC chords for kids

Kidsmatter and NPD’s youth mental health forum

Naperville nixes regulations requiring permits for food trucks

Naperville council allows food trucks to operate without a permit in 5-4 vote

March begins with memories of mcgruff, mardi gras and much more

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