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

Chicago Chapter


Chicago Supplier Night
Nov. 3, 2022 | 4-9pm CST

Medinah Shrine Center
550 Shriners Drive
Addison, IL

Event Description: Please complete this form to reserve a spot* for the 2022 Supplier Exhibition from 4-9 p.m., which includes networking and displays by industry suppliers, heavy appetizers and an open bar. Exhibition attendance and networking are continuous from 4-9pm CST, free to registered and paid mold manufacturers and their employees, manufacturing students and educators.

Cost: This event is free to all mold manufacturing companies and their employees. Industry suppliers are limited to registered sponsors with displays.

*To ensure name badges are available, please be sure to register all your attendees.

Questions? Email Todd Schuett at 847.902.1258. 

Minnesota Chapter

Justin McPhee, President
Phone: 651.426.3216

Southeast Michigan Chapter

Rick Hecker, President
Phone: 586.296.9640

Southwest Michigan Chapter

Dan Reifschneider, Vice President
Phone: 269.465.4020

West Michigan Chapter

Events Calendar

Tuesday, June 14 - Dinner Meeting & Scholarship Awards
6-8pm | Boulder Creek Golf Resort & Restaurant

Applications due May 27, 2022 by 3pm - Download here

Friday, August 12 - Annual Golf Outing 
8am-3pm | Boulder Creek Golf Resort & Restaurant

Registration Deadline: Monday, July 15, 2022 

Monday, November 7 - Dinner Meeing & T.A.P. Awards
6-8pm | Boulder Creek Golf Resort and Restaurant

Andy Baker, President
Phone: 616.866.4479

Jon Hamming, Vice President

Brad Rusthoven, Treasurer
Phone: 517.321.5609

Erin Mansour, Chapter Coordinator

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

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