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Here's How to Watch the Iowa Cubs During Chamber Night

Iowa Cubs Chamber Night DSM

May 21, 2018

From educational and professional development opportunities to regional networking events, there are countless opportunities to connect with the regional network of Greater Des Moines Partnership Affiliate Members through your membership with your local Chamber and the Greater Des Moines Partnership.


Chamber Nights feature an evening of fun at one of the region’s sporting or quality of life venues coupled with the opportunity to network with fellow Chamber Members in relaxed and informal settings. Regional Business After Hours events offer regional networking in a social hour setting, while Regional Breakfast or Lunch events include programming and educational opportunities.

One such event is being hosted June 5 at the Iowa Cubs. Partnership and Affiliate Chamber Members can take in a ball game at Principal Park. Tickets are $3 per person. A pre-game tailgate party is being hosted in the southwest corner of the north parking lot.  

Return on investment

The Partnership focuses on providing small businesses and entrepreneurs opportunities for networking and educational enrichment. Creating a thriving business environment — for organizations large and small — is crucial to the overall success of the region. These programs are offered throughout the year and are designed to connect Chamber Members with fellow Members in the region. People do more business with peers that they know, like and trust, so pencil in these other regional events and start building relationships. Business professionals will see a long-term return on investment by devoting the time and effort.

There are dozens of events going on every week. Check out the regional calendar to see how you can get involved.

See you at the next event!

Curious how The Partnership represents local Chambers and Chamber Members? Learn more about Partnership Affiliate Chambers and about Partnership Member benefits.

Meg Schneider

Meg Schneider serves as Senior Vice President of Business Resources and Community Development at the Greater Des Moines Partnership. She is a member of the Forbes Nonprofit Council, an invitation-only organization for senior-level executives in successful nonprofit organizations.