Your business or organization is invited to join the United Business Association of Midway. A few of the key benefits of membership, include:

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Here you will find a listing of all businesses and organizations that are members of UBAM.

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Do you need to know who your Alderman is? Do you need to know about a city service? There and many other answers can be found here.

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​The purpose of the Association shall be to encourage, support and to develop a strong and active business community in the Midway Airport Area.

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UBAM Executive Director Anita Cummings, at left, asks guest speaker Victoria Gaspar of the Southwest Home Equity Assurance Program a question during her presentation at the Feb. 14 UBAM meeting at the Red Barrel restaurant. With them (seated, from left), are Paula Cygan, a loan officer at Hoyne Savings Bank; UBAM board member Manny Jimenez, vice president of Marquette Bank; and Claude L'Heureux, vice president of mortgage lending at Hoyne Savings Bank. Both banks partner with SWHEAP on its home equity loan program.

Victoria Gaspar (center), executive director of the Southwest Home Equity Assurance Program, joined UBAM board member Manny Jimenez and executive director Anita Cummings for a photo after giving a presentation at the Feb. 14 UBAM meeting at the Red Barrel restaurant. Jimenez is also the vice president of Marquette Bank, which partners with SWHEAP on its home equity loan program.

Here you will find  links to resources that will help grow your business.

Home Run Inn

LaGloria Banquets, Inc.

Margaret Las Law

Toro Construction

Twisted Shamrock



Mark Cirincich (from left) and Bill Velazquez of Cabrera Capital Partners joined UBAM Executive Director Anita Cummings to look over a display depicting the development company’s plans for the redevelopment of the former LeClaire Courts property.