May 17, 2022
Newsletter contents

  • Member Services
  • Featured Events & Milestones
  • Upcoming Webinars & Events
  • Announcements

Greater Lafayette Commerce’s Second Chance Career Fair is designed to provide employment opportunities to individuals re-entering the workforce after being incarcerated or recovering from substance use disorder.  

Increasingly, businesses across sectors are giving these individuals a chance at gainful employment and experiencing the benefits of embracing a second-chance workforce. If you are a felony or recovery-friendly workplace, register today!
2022 Robotics in Manufacturing Camp
Each year, Greater Lafayette Commerce organizes the Robotics in Manufacturing Summer Camp, which helps students in grades 1-8 explore skills utilized in manufacturing – in a fun way.

Camps are offered over the summer in partnership with local Boys & Girls Clubs and other community organizations. Students in grades 1-8 who reside in the Greater Lafayette region are eligible to participate at locations in Tippecanoe, White and Warren counties. If you have a student interested in participating in the camp, please click the button below to learn more.
Greater Lafayette Commerce is Searching for a VP
Greater Lafayette Commerce is looking for a Vice President of Chamber Operations.

The Vice President of Chamber Operations will oversee the various chamber councils, staff, budgets and programs that report through the leadership groups.

Think you've got what it takes? Then, please contact Waverly Partners at
When you think of Lafayette, West Lafayette or Tippecanoe County -- what immediately comes to mind? Tell us what things, events, industries, companies and people SCREAM Greater Lafayette for you.
Our Membership Directory (below) can be a useful tool for your organization. Use the directory to find and locate other local businesses, find member-to-member deals, and more.
 Maximize Your Membership

Maximize your Membership
Maximize your membership in your GLC investment and extend your marketing outreach through sponsorship and advertising. Our event sponsors and program investors gain access and visibility that showcase their company message to community leaders throughout the Greater Lafayette region. 

Contact Amy Sundell to learn more about the opportunities and see which one(s) fits your company’s mission and goals.

Member Information Center (MIC)
Are you using the MIC to your advantage? Have you added your social media links to your online directory listing to engage with potential customers? It’s easy! Log into the MIC and add your social networks, here’s the how-to link. Don’t have a MIC log in? Please reach out to Joan and she will be happy to get you set up!  

Member Information Center (MIC) tips and tricks to better get you connected and involved:
You may now visit our milestone events in person! We will be following the county and state guidelines for the health and safety of our community.

If you do not feel comfortable attending in person, you may continue to tune in virtually as a Facebook Live event in our newsfeed at the time of the event. 

Grand Re-Opening - Valley Oaks Health

May 17
5:15 p.m. (NEW TIME)
2323 Ferry St., Lafayette
Grand Re-Opening & Open House - Phoenix Paramedic Solutions

May 19
11 a.m.
3535 McCarty Lane, Lafayette
Grand Re-Opening - Chastain & Associates, LLC

May 20
10 a.m.
625 Earl Avenue, Suite A, Lafayette
Small Business of the Month - Sparkletone Dry Cleaners

May 25
5 p.m.
Sgt. Preston's of the North
6 N 2nd Street, Lafayette
May 17 - 5:15 p.m. (NEW TIME)
Grand Re-Opening for Valley Oaks Health

May 18 - 1 p.m.-7p.m.
Career Fair: Embracing a Second Chance Workforce

May 19 - 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Grand Re-Opening & Open House for Phoenix Paramedic Solutions

May 20 - 10 a.m-11a.m.
Grand Re-Opening for Chastain & Associates, LLC

May 25 - 5 p.m.-6 p.m.
Small Business of the Month Award Ceremony - Sparkletone Dry Cleaners

June 3 - 7:30 a.m.-8:30 a.m.
Rise & Shine
Buy a Print Copy!

Great news! Each member business will receive (1) copy of the magazine each quarter. If you would like additional copies, they are available for purchase.

Get all the details here.
Letter to the Editor
Hoosiers are paying more at the grocery and gas pump and may be noticing higher electric bills as well. We want to share background on what’s driving Duke Energy electricity costs and what we’re doing to help.
Golf Scramble Fundraiser
Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit Through the Gate and its mission of reaching women who need help.

Whether they are coming out of prison, experiencing homelessness or suffering from substance use disorder, Through the Gate's doors are open.