We have a passion to serve.
YOU are our #1 priority.
The Chattooga County Chamber of Commerce was started in 1986 and serves the entire county across four municipalities and numerous communities. The Chattooga Chamber connects businesses of all sizes to the resources needed to be successful and grow strong. Along with our leadership development program, we enable businesses to learn the best way to do business through their networking opportunities and outreach programs.
The Chattooga Chamber leads the marketing campaigns on tourism both digitally and in other forms of media. In addition, we are the hub for visitor information at tour local office in the heart of downtown Summerville. Visitors can get info online, through the post mail, or in person.
The mission of the Chattooga County Chamber of Commerce is to advance the common interest of our membership, stimulate the expanding regional economy and enhance the quality of life for all.
Whether it’s networking opportunities, referrals, governmental advocacy, and educational programs or attracting visitors, the chamber is dedicated to giving members a tangible return on their chamber investment.
MEET OUR BOARD
Ashley grew up in Chattooga County .She has an associates in Business Management and Human Resources from GNTC and will graduate from Shorter with a bachelors in Business Administration this year. Ashley is a CSR with Unitied Community Bank. She has a love for this county and the growth it has shown over recent years.
CINDY RIVERS MCGRAW
Cindy has been developing relationships across the business, industrial and civic sectors to enhance the economic development environment, helping to connect people to resources and to other people so that the community may succeed and thrive. Hired in early fall 2018, Cindy relocated to Chattooga County from Warren County where she also led that Chamber, the Main Street program, and a children’s theatre (ACT). She touts that Chattooga had her at Taylor Ridge. She’s taken root and hit the ground running, developing new marketing strategies, solidifying relationships and building new connections across not only the county, but also within Georgia's Region 1.