Our Vision & Mission
To be the Cherokee County business community’s trusted source for comprehensive resources.
To promote business to expand the economy and enrich the community.
OUR MEMBERS SAY IT BEST!
“Joining the Chamber has connected us with the Cherokee County community in significant ways through interacting with leaders from government, business, education, and nonprofits at the monthly breakfasts, having informal conversations After-Hours events and networking lunches, and learning from impactful speakers at events which highlight issues affecting our area. The Chamber has become a valued partner in helping us grow our roots deeper in the place in which we live and work.”
“There are so many ways to market ones business and choosing the best options is so important. We joined the Chamber of Commerce not long after opening our business in 2009. By doing so, we had access to hundreds of business owners and many opportunities to promote ourselves to these owners as well as the community. We have seen continued growth and develop new relationships every month as a result of our continued involvement with the Chamber. The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce has excellent leadership, vision, and wants to help their members grow and prosper on many levels. I highly recommend the Chamber to any business who is looking for a great addition to their marketing plan.”
“Joining the Cherokee Chamber was one of the best decisions I made not only for my business but also personally. I was at first that chamber member that didn’t get involved and only went to a few events. I even considered cancelling my membership. The fabulous staff talked to me and explained get involved. So I did. I go to every event I can. I joined the Education Committee, Chairman’s Council and Leadership. I began to see the true value of being a Chamber Member and it was amazing. I continue to look for ways I can get involved with the Chamber. The Chamber is a valuable resource for any business. They have helped me grow my business, shown me what a great county and community we live & work in; and I have made lifelong friends. So whenever I have the opportunity to ask people if they have joined the Chamber, my first piece of advice – join and get involved.”