Our new Greater Springfield Travel Guide will be released this week. We have completely changed the concept and execution of the Guide to include:

  • A "Field Notes" style and size to make the Guide a more convenient resource when visitors are in-market
  • A more illustrative look which adds a different dynamic to the Guide
  • Improved "street level" mapping
  • QR codes to drive visitors to our digital content platforms

We will print 15,000 copies of the Guide to be distributed at our visitor experience center (Champion City Guide + Supply), local and Columbus-area hotels, regional attractions including Young's, and interstate travel information centers. Look for it soon!
Partnership News+Events
May 17th, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Fresh Abilities, Clark State, 570 East Leffel Lane
Connect with fellow Partnership investors, learn what's happening in our community, and find out what our new Partnership member businesses bring to the table.
  • Networking
  • Community updates from Bryan Heck, Springfield City Manager and Horton Hobbs, Vice-president Economic Development
  • Short introductions to a few of our new investor businesses
Registration is priced at $15 and includes lunch.
These quarterly events will help keep you up to date on community initiatives while expanding your network with Partnership investors old, and new!
May 26th, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Commerce Pointe Atrium
All Greater Springfield Partnership members are cordially invited to join us for a Coffee with Legislators Series event featuring Congressman Warren Davidson.
Please plan to attend this FREE event which includes coffee and pastries.
Registration is required. 
June 9th, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
(meet at Commerce Pointe Atrium)

In the 1960s and 1970s, a new vision for a vibrant downtown materialized through a series of structures that remain today as an enduring imprint of the modern era in Springfield. Join us as we examine the buildings that redefined the downtown experience, from the elegant minimalism of SOM’s Credit Life Tower to the sleek expressionism of Alfred Shaw’s Key Bank Building. This tour is offered through the Westcott Center for Architecture + Design and led by Kevin Rose. Kevin serves in a dual role of Historian and Director of Revitalization for the Turner Foundation in Springfield, Ohio.
Light hors d'oeuvres and drinks.
Member Fee: $20 Early Bird, $25 Day of Event
Investor News+Events
Shelby Grace Management (Beavercreek)
Economic Development+Workforce
The Magnify Internship Interview Day was a success. Twenty students from across Clark County completed the Magnify Internship Training Program and interviewed for local summer internships on May 3.

Nearly 20 employers submitted internship postings. Internship opportunities were submitted in a variety of industries including human services, engineering, government and public administration, and health care. Employers commented on the how impressed they were with the students they interviewed, and several employers mentioned adding more internship positions than expected due to the high quality of candidates they interviewed.

Internships will last 8 -12 weeks and begin once school is out for summer. Employers can begin submitting internships for summer 2023 next fall. 
From The Hub
The Last Queen brings authentic pub atmosphere to Enon
The Last Queen has begun its reign in Enon bringing a taste of England to the
southwest corner of Clark County.

The Last Queen, a British gastropub located at 210 East Main Street in Enon, offers a variety of authentic English flair from food, to drink to atmosphere.