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Our Mission is to bring people together to positively transform Macomb County, by strengthening its communities, economy and natural resources.

Our Goals

Serve

...as the premier business and community leadership organization for Macomb County.

Grow

...a community investment fund for Macomb County assets that enhance community, economic, and natural resource development.

Provide

...a unified voice to enhance the promotion of Macomb’s assets.

About
Macomb County

With more than 860,000 residents, Macomb County is the third most populous county in Michigan. The county has a strong connection to the outdoors being home to more than 130 parks covering 12,000 acres. The four major public parks -- Freedom Hill County Park, Macomb Orchard Trail, Lake St. Clair Metropark and Stoney Creek Metropark each celebrate unique natural assets of our local communities.

Heralded for its natural resources, Macomb County is home to proud residents known for their strong work ethic, a business-friendly environment, excellent schools from Pre-K through Community College, a talented workforce and affordable housing. The strong industrial base (engineering, research and development, and advanced manufacturing), community variety and growing cultural diversity have been and continue to attract residents and businesses.

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Help the cause!

You may be wondering just how you can help Macomb create an enriching environment to live, learn, recreate, innovate, and conduct business. If we work together we can truly become the unified voice of Macomb County. Whether you reside in Macomb, or own a business in the county, we can partner to keep investment and growth strong.

Latest News

Who’s Advancing in Macomb: Mark Rathbone

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I’m Mark Rathbone, CEO of PTI Engineered Plastics. I was born in Detroit and raised in Clinton Township. I attended Chippewa Valley High School, class of 1970. I started in the mold-making trade while attending high school, and enrolled in an apprenticeship program through Macomb Community College during the early seventies. In my earlier years, I worked in mold design, mold making, and manufacturing process engineering.  In 1984, I started my own business which operated under the name of Proto-Tech Industries until 1987.

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Who’s Advancing in Macomb: Sandy Fester

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My name is Sandy Fester and I’ve spent my entire career in the health care industry, specifically health insurance.  I hold a bachelors degree in business administration from Northwood University.  I am currently the Vice President of Middle and Small Group at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, with primary responsibility for the membership, profit and loss (P & L) and our distribution channel. I spent the first half of my career on the operations side of the business before transitioning to the sales area.

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Who’s Advancing In Macomb: Anissa C. Hudy, J.D. PLLC

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My name is Anissa Hudy and I am an attorney. I have been practicing for 17 years. I left the big law firm life and started my own solo practice.  For the past 16 years, my focus was in the areas of commercial and real estate litigation (creditor’s rights, CMBS workout and receiverships, primarily). Now, I am using my litigation experience to focus on contract drafting and negotiation for small and large business, focused in the areas of commercial contracting & real estate.

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