Working for business since 1932, the Chamber was founded by a small group of Clinton businessmen. Formed as the Clinton Chamber, the organization changed its name to the Greater Clinton Chamber of Commerce in 1977 and adopted its present name of Anderson County Chamber of Commerce in 1984. Come let us work for you!
Do you want to set up a business, expand your business contacts, find the right company to support your company’s progress, or find the best site for your newest initiative?
Are you considering moving into the area and looking for housing and school information? Are you new here and wondering where to find medical care, day care, or recreation? Would you like to know more about the business leaders or county and state government?
The Chamber is ready to help you make connections and find everything you need to know to make your home and build your business. The Chamber serves as a primary resource for the business community.
For example, the Chamber’s annual Leadership Program, “Your Community Connection” is a resource. This program offers participants an opportunity to better understand community dynamics, build their connection to local business and industry, refine their knowledge of local and state government, and stimulate future participation and commitment to their community. For more information contact the Chamber Office at 865-457-2559.
In February and March of 2018, the Chamber of Commerce hosted a series of events that featured Gianni Longo with Gianni Longo Associates, LTD. Longo is known for his work of urbanizing cities throughout the United States. In Tennessee, Longo’s visions have led to the redesign Chattanooga’s riverfront, downtown Franklin, and even Knoxville’s Market Square.
The series kicked off with an opening presentation by Gianni Longo with around 100 Anderson County attendees. Following that, Longo conducted group interviews and multiple open houses while the plan was taking shape, ending the week with a Closing Presentation to present the results.
Sketches of the Downtown Vision were presented to the crowd during the Closing Presentation. Overall, the four days had a participation of over 300 people involved.
In September of 2018, The Chamber of Commerce partnered with QK4, Inc. to create a video that showcased 3D animations of the new Green Bridge, streetscapes, and more of what the vision holds. Drone Footage was filmed by Ryan Sutton with Ryan’s Production.
The Anderson County Chamber of Commerce mission is to encourage economic development, government initiatives, and community initiatives that result in prosperity for members and citizens of Anderson County.
The Anderson County Chamber of Commerce shall be acknowledged by citizens and businesses as vital to the creation of local jobs, promotion of local commerce and improving the quality of life for citizens of Anderson County.
“We are in business to keep business in business.”
“Live, work, play and learn in Anderson County. “