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Your GSP Member Decal
Mike McDorman, President & CEO

If you have not already, you will be receiving your GSP Member decal in the mail soon. One of our Chamber friends shared this poem generated by Chat GPT, and we thought we'd share it with you!

A chamber membership decal bright and bold
A symbol of community, a story to be told
A badge of honor, a sign of pride
A beacon of business, where opportunities reside
With steady hands, I peel the back
And smooth it over the glass, without a single crack
A message to the world, a promise to keep
To uphold the values of the business community, and never fall asleep
For this decal is more than just a sticker on a door
It's a mark of membership, a bond to explore
A chance to connect, to network and grow
And be a part of a chamber, that helps us all to know
That in this chamber, we are stronger together
That our businesses can flourish, no matter the weather
That we can create a future, that's bright and clear
And be a vital part of our community, year after year
So here's to the decal, that's now on display
A symbol of hope, a sign of the way
To be a part of a network, that's second to none 
And know that we can achieve, all that needs to be done.
Partnership News+Events
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Investor News+Events
Economic Development + Workforce
Thank you to our attendees and presenters at our 2023 Economic Development Red Carpet Luncheon held on March 22nd at the Courtyard Marriott. Special thanks the Dayton Development Coalition, JobsOhio and Big Fish Local for sponsoring the event.
Our recent Job Fair in partnership with Ohio Means Jobs - Clark County featured 60 employers, students from 6 local high schools, as well as job seekers from the general public.
Travel + Tourism
From The Hub
Champion City Pops, Sweets & Treats to open in brick and mortar Downtown Springfield location
When Tyson and Betsy Yirak first launched Champion City Pops in April 2021, they started with a folding table, a couple portable freezers and a chalkboard business sign.

What a difference two years makes.

The Springfield natives - who worked around the country, then moved back to Clark County shortly before launching the business - have been dedicated to building their brand and recently announced the opening of a brick and mortar shop in Downtown Springfield.