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  • Serving Brooklyn Center Business Advocates

    Cooperating HandsThe Brooklyn Center Business Association (BCBA) is a non-profit organization of entrepreneurs, business executives and community leaders whose purpose is to promote commerce and build community within the City of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. 

    Brooklyn Center hosts headquarters to many premier private and non-profit organizations such as Caribou Coffee, Surly Brewing and the FBI.  Strategically located to major transportation arteries and only ten minutes from downtown Minneapolis, Brooklyn Center is an ideal location for companies looking for economical and effective growth and development opportunities.

    Join now and gain access to professional development, networking, volunteer and promotional opportunities that focus on making Brooklyn Center a great place to live work and play.


  • January 2020 Luncheon

    We hope the new year is off to a great start for everyone and invite you to join us for our first luncheon of 2020, featuring guest speaker Dave Looby, President/CEO of Minneapolis Northwest Tourism!

    • When: Thursday, January 23
    • Time: 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    • Fees:  Members $18 / Guests $25
    • Location: Embassy Suites by Hilton Minneapolis North | 6300 Earle Brown Dr. Brooklyn Center

    As always, attendees will have an opportunity to introduce themselves with a brief pre-lunch elevator pitch. Visitors are welcome, and the monthly meeting and luncheon is a great opportunity for those interested in membership to see what the group is all about. Anyone with an interest in the Brooklyn Center area business community is invited to join us!

    Head to the BCBA event page to register today. RSVPs help us ensure we will have a comfortable room and plenty of meals prepared for everyone to enjoy.

  • New Millennium Academy Ballot Box Donation

    The BCBA, in conjunction with Allen Property Services and the local Rotary were represented at a recent student symposium where an acrylic style "ballot box" was revealed.  The box will be used to display the many slips that are completed by school staff for individual students who demonstrate great character and adherence to school values.

  • The New BCBA Has Moved to a New Office Space

    Thank you to everyone who joined us for our open house and ribbon cutting with Brooklyn Innovation Group. CCX Media featured the BCBA's move to a new office space on a recent new broadcast.