Aspire Announces Legislative Priorities for 2021 Statehouse Session

“Running a business is more challenging than ever, so it is critical Indiana offers the right tools and environment for business owners to grow and retain jobs,” stated Aspire President and CEO Christian Maslowski. Aspire’s Business Advocacy Council spent the summer researching and developing the priority recommendations, which were adopted by the board of directors this fall. The 2021 priority issues include expansion of broadband service, protection of employers from COVID-related liability, increase in tax on tobacco products and creation of Work Share alternative to traditional unemployment.

Aspire Freezes Dues Rates for 2021

In a move to help provide predictability and affordability for businesses, Aspire is freezing all member investor dues for the 2021 year. Aspire can help ease some business anxiety by providing certainty in budget planning. Member investments in Aspire renew each year on a rolling twelve-month basis. In addition to enabling Aspire’s work to grow jobs and advocate for pro-business public policy, member services include special programming and exclusive business savings.

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This Week's Aspire Member Highlights!
Renewed Members

Pro-Tek Photography, Inc.
January 2020 Ambassador Mike Humes (right), IndyTeleData
2021 Ambassador Committee Applications Now Open

Applications are now open for the 2021 Ambassador Committee. Please review the attached application. All completed applications must be returned to Alex Wheeler by December 11.

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I-69 Finish Line Johnson County Update

Thursday, December 17th
11:00am - 12:00pm
Virtual Event

Please join us for a virtual project update on I-69 Finish Line. We will be joined by Sarah Rubin, INDOT Corridor Project Manager, and Tim Miller, HNTB Corridor Project Manager, for a discussion of recent progress and a preview of both the upcoming planned closure of State Road 37 in Martinsville in 2021 and the upcoming 2021 construction season. We are hosting in partnership with the Franklin Chamber, so register today to reserve your spot (limited to 100 attendees).

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