LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Jim Stamas and a diverse coalition of Michigan leaders will hold a media roundtable on Thursday to announce new legislation to help Michigan attract new and expanded business investments that result in the creation of more high-wage jobs.
Sen. Jim Stamas, R-Midland;
Sen. Ken Horn, R-Frankenmuth;
Site selector Dan Foster, senior managing director at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Global Corporate Services;
Jeff Noel, Whirlpool corporate vice president;
JoAnn Crary, president of Saginaw Future;
Matthew “Matt” Gibb, deputy Oakland County executive;
Robert “Bob” Trezise, Lansing Economic Area Partnership president and CEO;
Patrick “Shorty” Gleason, legislative director at Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council; and
More leading business, economic development, community and labor leaders.
A media roundtable to discuss the newly introduced Good Jobs for Michigan legislation and the critical, burgeoning need for such a tool, according to experts from across the state.
Thursday, March 16 at 11 a.m.
Binsfeld Office Building
Conference Room 5900
201 Townsend St. (corner of Townsend and Allegan streets)
Michigan must have a more competitive tax incentive tool to create more well-paying jobs in communities statewide and not be left on the sidelines behind other states in attracting large-scale projects. This is believed to be even more critical over the next few years to take advantage of an expected surge of new investment and insourcing of jobs back into the United States.