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Troy Chamber to Host an Exciting Lineup of Summer Events

With 13 events in the works for summer, the Troy business community has plenty of opportunities to get out of the office and explore a variety of activities.

Note these two events, which are right around the corner:

CEO Series featuring Terri Kline
Thursday, June 13, 8 to 9:30 a.m.

Terri Kline, president and CEO of Health Alliance Plan, will speak on what the future holds for HAP. The event also features a plated breakfast at the newly remodeled Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.

Tickets: $32 for Troy Chamber members and $40 for non-members.

Grillin’ 2019: View from the Top
Wednesday, July 31, 5 to 7:30 p.m.

The Troy Chamber is taking things to the next level with its largest summer event. Hosted on top of the 830 Parking Structure on Big Beaver, participants overlook Troy as they network and mingle. Enjoy grooving to tunes from live entertainment by The Next Generation Funk Brothers. The event features a Restaurant Row, with 15 of Troy’s finest restaurants providing food and drink.

Tickets: $25 for Troy Chamber members and $40 for non-members.

To learn more and register for events visit: For more information call 248-641-8151 or email:


Access Business Resources on Troy’s Website

Check out the new Troy Business & Investment Assistant found on the City of Troy Economic Development website. This website overlay provides easy access to valuable resources including business tools, economic and demographic indicators, interactive maps and partner connections.

New Workspace Opens on E. Maple

HubWorX360 opened in Troy and offers businesses and workers a novel place to set up shop for a few hours.

HubWorX360 offers an environment for creativity, intelligence and innovation while collaborating with others. It is a modern industrial office setting with a fun and exciting place to work and develop your dreams.

Discover large open space in the Book Cadillac Warehouse and the Detroit Bicycle Shoppe or privacy in the Fisher Conference Room. You can relax in the DIA Cafe and connect with other enterprising members while enjoying a fresh-roasted cup of the HubWorX360 blend coffee.

Check it out: 360 E. Maple Road; or contact 888-925-8800,

Sign Up Now and You Could Save a Life

If the person next to you right now was choking or had a cardiac arrest, would you know what to do?

Calling 9-1-1 is a good start, but what you do before they arrive will impact whether that person lives or dies. It’s time to learn CPR.

Become Certified in CPR as a Heartsaver

Participants will learn how to recognize when someone needs help from choking or cardiac arrest, learn how to respond appropriately by providing adult, child or infant CPR and how to operate an automated external defibrillator.

Saturday, June 15                                                   9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, June 29                                                   9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location: Medright, Inc. 850 Stephenson Highway, Suite 510, Troy, MI 48083

Who is eligible to attend: Must live or work in Troy or surrounding areas, be at least 12 years old

Cost:  $10 per person

Locate the day and time of the class you wish to attend and register at

Rebecca Calappi

Rebecca Calappi

City News Editor
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