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Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce

TRADE ORGANIZATION

"The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce is a 143-year-old private, not-for-profit organization representing 2,000 member businesses in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington and Ozaukee counties. Driven by the needs and aspirations of our members, we are committed to bringing resources and solutions as a community partner to increase the economic vitality of the metro Milwaukee community. The organization's programs and resources center around three core competencies designed to meet our members' investment objectives: networking, public policy and economic development."

Official Website:
http://www.mmac.org/

Location:
Milwaukee, WI

Founding Date:
1861

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard A. Abdoo
Business
c. 1943   CEO of Wisconsin Energy, 1991-2004
John M. Barth
Business
1946   CEO of Johnson Controls
John W. Daniels, Jr.
Attorney
11-Jun-1948   Partner, Quarles & Brady
James D. Ericson
Business
c. 1936   CEO of Northwestern Mutual, 1993-2001
Dennis J. Kuester
Business
1942   CEO of Marshall & Ilsley
Charles S. McNeer
Business
8-Apr-1926   CEO of Wisconsin Energy, 1982-91
Ulice Payne, Jr.
Baseball
1955   CEO of the Milwaukee Brewers, 2002-03
John S. Shiely
Business
c. 1952   CEO of Briggs & Stratton
Peter M. Sommerhauser
Attorney
28-Sep-1942   Partner, Godfrey & Kahn
James L. Ziemer
Business
c. 1950   CEO of Harley-Davidson
Edward J. Zore
Business
1945   CEO of Northwestern Mutual


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