Welcome to the Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce. A partner for the success of your business and the revitalization of our community.

The Chamber's mission is to Promote, Increase and Enhance the economic prosperity of the greater Adrian Area.

With nearly 500 Member organizations, the Adrian Area Chamber is proud to be a part of the renaissance of Lenawee County.

Together, we can accomplish more. Join the Chamber today and take advantage of all the opportunities a chamber membership provides.



Ribbon Cuttings


AT&T Ribbon Cutting

ATT Ribbon Cutting

AT&T celebrated their ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 25th with members of the community and the Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce. They are located at 1421 South Main Street in Adrian.

Buffalo Wild Wings Ribbon Cutting

Buffalo Wild Wings Ribbon Cutting

Many in the community were looking forward to the grand opening of Buffalo Wild Wings, at 425 E. US Hwy. 223 in Adrian. The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony here is the official welcoming ceremony from the Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce.


Upcoming Chamber Events


Tue 08

Business After Hours: Huntington Bank

September 8 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wed 09

Executive Committee Meeting

September 9 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Fri 11

8th Annual Chamber Golf Tournament

September 11 @ 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wed 16

Chamber Board of Directors Meeting

September 16 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Adrian in AM – Update on Adrian Mall Project

Adrian in AM August Mall UpdateAt the August 27, 2015 Adrian in the AM breakfast meeting, Michael Schackman, Asset Manager from the Tabani Group in Dallas Texas, provided an update of progress for the Adrian Mall. Negotiations are underway for two anchor retail tenants in the larger mall spaces, with interior tenant opportunities to follow. He discussed the Tabani Group’s revitalizing successes with shopping malls in other communities and the commitment to getting the same results in our area.

Mr. Schackman explained that the Tabani Group wants to see shoppers have a better variety right in Adrian, instead of driving to Toledo or Ann Arbor, and they are working at finding new retail and restaurant tenants to help make that happen. He asked for community help in continuing to use the mall now by shopping with existing businesses there, and by using the mall space in the future for additional community events and activities. Their goal for the Adrian Mall is to be a destination for fashion, food and fun. Photo credit: Lad Strayer


Chamber News and Business Articles

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721 and Get your Piece of the Pie

What do those numbers and words mean to the Chamber and how are they related? To start, I’ll take the first one, the numbers 721.  Take 10 people engaged in the workforce, 7 of them just want to be workers. They do not want to absorb any financial risk for the... read more

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