The American Mold Builders Association has 5 chapter affiliations which include the following:

Chicago Chapter

Chuck Klingler, President
Phone: 773.774.0166
Email: cek@janler.com

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Supplier Night
October 27, 2021 | 4-9PM CST
Medinah Shrine Center, Addison, IL (Address: 550 Shriners Drive in Addison, IL)
 

Agenda:

  • 4-7 p.m.: Exhibits are free to mold manufacturers and their employees
  • 7-9 p.m.: Buffet dinner, update on Chicago Chapter activities and presentation by Garrison Wynn.

Guest Speaker: Garrison Wynn, comic, speaker and Amazon bestselling author


 

Event Cost

•    $65 per member/partner/$95 per non-member.
•    Group rate of $55 for 4 or more from the same AMBA member/partner company.
•    $95 walk-in rate

Event Registration    Sponsor Registration

For additional event details, contact Greta Salamando at 312-572-9040 or ChicagoAMBA@gmail.com

 

Minnesota Chapter

Justin McPhee, President
Phone: 651.426.3216
Email: justin.mcphee@westfall-technik.com

Southeast Michigan Chapter

Rick Hecker, President
Phone: 586.296.9640
Email: rick.hecker@eifel-inc.com

Southwest Michigan Chapter

Dan Reifschneider, Vice President
Phone: 269.465.4020
Email: danr@accu-die.com

West Michigan Chapter

Events Calendar

  • February 2022: TAP Awards 
  • May 2022: Scholarship Awards
  • August 12, 2022: West Michigan Chapter Golf Outing 
  • November 2022: Annual Meeting 

Andy Baker, President
Phone: 616.866.4479
Email: bakera@byrne-tool.com

Brad Rusthoven, Treasurer
Phone: 517.321.5609
Email: bradr@franchino.com

See the most recent West Michigan chapter newsletter here. To join the chapter email list, please submit a request to amba.westmi@gmail.com.


Chapter Goals:

The AMBA has chapter affiliations to help promote growth and stability of the mold building industry; to support local workforce development initiatives; to endorse openness, networking and idea sharing between members and to foster a feeling of community and connection.

Chapter Requirements:

  • Establish Board of Directors with defined responsibilities
  • Include a minimum of 5 member companies
  • Create and maintain three active committees - Membership, Program, and Education
  • Schedule a minimum of 4 chapter meetings per year with specific meeting topics
  • Forward meeting announcements to AMBA national office
  • Document and send board minutes and financial statements to AMBA national on a semi-annual basis

Why Form a Chapter?

  • To inform members
  • To educate members
  • To foresee and utilize networking opportunities amongst local member companies