Circle of Commerce Campaign


Debuting the Circle of Commerce Campaign (October 2020) As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shape the daily operations of the Twin Ports business landscape, the Duluth Chamber remains steadfast in our mission to provide valuable incentives to our members. We are always looking for talented new members to enrich and diversify our membership base, and […]

2020 Local Candidate Forums


The Chamber and the Duluth News Tribune have provided you timely opportunities to meet the candidates running for local office this election season. The 2020 Candidate Forums were free and open to the public, live-streamed on Zoom. Discussions were moderated by Chamber President and CEO David Ross and News Tribune Editorial Page Editor Chuck Frederick. […]

Chamber Advocates for Delay in Duluth Stormwater Utility Rate Increase


  On Monday, August 17, Chamber President David Ross distributed a letter to the Duluth Public Utilities Commission and the Duluth City Council regarding the proposed plan for increasing stormwater utility rates. Recognizing the existing hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses, The Chamber’s proposal advocated for a one-year delay on the approaching stormwater […]

Fuse Duluth Hosts First In-Person Event since March


  On Thursday, July 16, Fuse Duluth Young Professionals program hosted its first in-person event since Minnesota’s Stay at Home Order in March. Together with the Fuse Leadership Council, we adapted Thursday’s Ignite Your Fuse luncheon to accommodate new safety precautions such as face coverings and social distancing. Ignite Your Fuse attendees gathered outside in […]

Face Covering Signs for Business: Printables


On Monday, July 13, 2020, the Duluth City Council voted unanimously to implement an emergency face covering ordinance, mandating patrons of indoor establishments to wear a face covering. The ordinance is effective immediately.   Posters In an effort to create an easy transition and clear communication to your patrons, the Duluth Area Chamber has created […]

Leadership Duluth Celebrates 32nd Graduating Class


     For more than three decades, Leadership Duluth has been educating and empowering Duluth area leaders to take an active role in the betterment of their community and workplaces.  On Thursday, June 25, 2020, Leadership Duluth will celebrate 52 graduating leaders. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the 32nd annual graduation festivities have been adapted to […]

Father’s Day 2020: Gift Local


  Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21. This Father’s Day, we encourage you to look local when finding Dad perfect gift. Treat Dad to a special gift with these local businesses:   DISCOVERPC.NET On Father’s Day, give Dad a laptop, gaming PC, or photo editing computer. Show this ad at time of service for 25% off […]

An Event Has Happened, Upon Which it is Difficult to Speak and Impossible to Remain Silent


    The largest, most prominent statement chiseled into the stonework at our community’s transformational Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial reads, AN EVENT HAS HAPPENED, UPON WHICH IT IS DIFFICULT TO SPEAK AND IMPOSSIBLE TO REMAIN SILENT. The statement speaks to a horrific event that occurred in Duluth. On June 15, 1920, following the alleged rape […]

Back in Business


After two months of quarantine, a new normal emerges for your business. We want to celebrate your enduring spirit and help announce your operational status during this phased reopen. Introducing the Back In Business campaign by the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce. The Back in Business campaign is an effort to help promote the light […]

Chamber Board Meets with State Leaders


  CHAMBER BOARD MEETS WITH STATE LEADERS May 26, 2020 DULUTH, MN – The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and U.S. Senator Tina Smith today as they each provided timely updates to the chamber’s Board of Directors via Zoom. The chamber continues to serve as a connecting point to our […]

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