The Fishers Chamber of Commerce has named Kurt Meyer chairman of its board of directors. He currently serves as president of a commercial real estate company. January 1, 2013

News Release

FISHERS, Ind. – Kurt Meyer, President of Baseline, Inc., a commercial real estate company, has been appointed as the Chairman of the Fishers Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for 2014.

“I've been a Fishers Chamber member since 1996 and have been astounded by the organizations' growth in numbers & more importantly the quality of business leaders & staff involved. As the voice of the business community, it is the responsibility of the Fishers Chamber of Commerce to work with City & State governments, the Hamilton Southeastern School System & all others who want to help us promote sound economic development to benefit all. 2014 will be an exciting year for the Chamber to say the least!”

Joining Meyer on the executive committee for 2014 will be Chair Elect, Dan LaReau; St.Vincent Health, Secretary, Tanya Foster; Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Salon, and Treasurer, Angie Jaynes; Community Health Network. New Board members for 2014 are Jeff Welch, FORUM Credit Union and Lee Wenninger, Express Employment Professionals. The Chamber extends gratitude to outgoing members Mark Kosiarek, VAI Technology and Jon Kroehler, Sallie Mae.

The Fishers Chamber of Commerce was established in 1991 to help build a thriving community and is the only business organization consistently engaged in promoting the civic and economic development of the Fishers community. “We are very excited to have Kurt assume the role of Chairman of the Board. We believe he will have a positive impact on the organization, and help to support the mission of the Fishers Chamber of Commerce,” said Chamber President, Dan Canan.


The Fishers Chamber of Commerce is a service driven organization that delivers value through: Economic and Political Advocacy: To promote our business members’ best interest in the community. Service: To provide value to our members through first class services that leverage our collective organizations. Responsive Leadership: To adapt to changing business demands, while supporting the quality of life in Fishers.

Source: The Fishers Chamber of Commerce

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