What is the Economic Club of Traverse City?
The Economic Club of Traverse City is a membership organization with members drawn from the Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Antrim and Benzie county regions. Members include active and retired individuals with expertise in business, finance, government, education, real estate, non-profit, small business ownership and other worthy professions.
To enlighten our membership on relevant economic issues.
What is the purpose?
The purpose of the Economic Club is to encourage discussion and understanding of economic issues which cover the range of local, national and international topics. Our Club not only serves as a forum for current events but as a meeting place for present and future leaders of the community. Members enjoy outstanding speakers at ten monthly luncheons, from January to October, and meet at the Traverse City Golf and Country Club for a great dining experience. More about the Economic Club of Traverse City..
How do I become a member?
Potential new members must complete a Membership-Application-2017 and be proposed by two existing members prior to being accepted. Once the application is completed, the application along with annual dues must be submitted to our Club for processing. New members are welcomed at our next Club luncheon and a short biography is read so that a proper introduction can be made to the full Club.
When and where are the meetings held?
The Economic Club of Traverse City meets ten times a year for lunch at the Traverse City Golf and Country Club from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm. Lunch meetings are held January to October, generally the third Friday of each month. Check out our schedule of speakers. Lunches are served buffet style and the Country Club food quality is superb. Annual dues are $225 and are collected in November each year.
In addition to ten lunch meetings, members enjoy an Annual Dinner at the Hagerty Center. See photos from our events.