May 27, 2020
We are so excited to be welcoming more new businesses to the SHRCCI family.
Click on the link to view our newest Chamber members!
For sponsorship opportunities, contact Stacy Ziarko
at 586.731.5400 x 22 or
To have your blog content shared to the Chamber's blog, please reach out to Ashley Edwards for more information, .
How to be featured in upcoming Chamber Connections:
To have your message included (four are complimentary annually with your paid membership), they should include a contact name and phone number, not be longer than 100 words, and emailed to Ashley Edwards by Thursday at 5 pm for inclusion in the next week's edition.

The Chamber Connection is our bi-weekly newsletter that is emailed to more than 4,200 emails of members and associates every other Wednesday morning!
We all have a favorite restaurant; you know the one – where you feel like family when you walk in. Where your cup of coffee is sitting at your seat before you are, and you never have to look at the menu because you already know what you are going to order. These restaurants are in every corner of Macomb County. And it's the reason behind the  #MacombisOpen  initiative.

Learn more and read the newest blog post by Chamber President, Stacy Ziarko:
Key Details From Last Week’s EO’s:
  • A repeal of the rule requiring non-essential medical and dental procedures to be temporarily delayed.
  • Statewide re-opening of auto showrooms will be permitted by appointment only, starting May 26.
  • Allowing retail statewide, by appointment only, stores limited to 10 customers at any one time, starting May 26.
  • Return of veterinary services.
  • Allowing gatherings of 10 people or less, as long as people continue to practice social distancing, effective immediately.
  • Businesses that re-open must adhere to safe, strict measures. Employees will have to wear PPE and adhere to social distancing.
Any Store That Is Open For In-Store Sales:
  • May continue to sell goods other than necessary supplies if the sale of such goods is in the ordinary course of business.
  • Must consider establishing curbside pick-up to reduce in-store traffic and
  • mitigate outdoor lines.
Rules Governing Face Coverings.
  • Any individual able to medically tolerate a face covering must wear a covering over his or her nose and mouth—such as a homemade mask, scarf, bandana, or handkerchief—when in any enclosed public space.
  • An individual may be required to temporarily remove a face covering upon
  • entering an enclosed public space for identification purposes.
  • An individual may also remove a face covering while seated at a restaurant or bar.
  • All businesses and operations whose workers perform in-person work must, at a
  • minimum, provide non-medical grade face coverings to their workers.
  • Supplies of N95 masks and surgical masks should generally be reserved, for now,
  • for health care professionals, first responders (e.g., police officers, firefighters,
  • paramedics), and other critical workers who interact with the public.
The American Lung Association in Michigan today announced they are accepting nominations for their 2020 LUNG FORCE Engagement Committee.
Committee members are volunteers who will help guide the promotion, community outreach and engagement activities for the 7 th  annual LUNG FORCE Walk, which takes place in October. The LUNG FORCE Walk is a unique and festive fundraising event that brings people together to raise awareness and funds to fight lung cancer, lung disease and COVID-19.

To read more, click here .
As we continue our COVID journey and business stills needs to go on. Are you finding that you don’t have time for all of those tasks on your “to do” list? Stop worrying and contact me today “your right arm” and let’s work together. You can reach me at either my email or visit my website and submit a request form. You can also contact me directly at 586-481-6223. Stay safe and look forward to hearing from you.
Health Insurance Programs  - Offers multiple options with deductibles and co-pays
Below is a list of FREE Resources for you to utilize!
We may not be able to gather in person, but there are still ways to join together as a community. Please fill out the form and to let the community know that your business or organization is open for business! 

Please fill out the form exactly how you would like to be promoted/represented. A spreadsheet will be published with all submissions.
​(Click the header image to see published submissions) 

Thank you to our partners in promoting Macomb is Open: The Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce, Macomb County Chamber of Commerce, Macomb County, Anchor Bay Chamber of Commerce, Romeo/Washington Chamber of Commerce, Eastpointe-Roseville Chamber of Commerce, and the Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce. 

We have compiled a list of Restaurants that are still offering services, like curbside, takeout, and delivery. Please support our local businesses during this time. If you don't wish to order food, gift cards can go a long way too. Click on their names to view their websites or social media profiles highlighting their hours of operation and specials.
  Please continue to follow the Chamber's  Facebook  page, as we will be doing our best to share as many posts as we can to support these businesses.

There are many of our local businesses that are still open and serving our communities. The list below has just a sampling of services available and we hope you’ll consider supporting a Chamber member. If your business is open please use the link below and let us know how we can share your information.
The Chamber, in partnership with the City of Sterling Heights and Live Picture has reached out to industry experts to share information during our current climate.
If there are topics you would like to see please let Stacy Ziarko know at sziarko@
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