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Greater Tattnall Chamber

Located in the heart of southeast Georgia, Tattnall County is among the oldest counties in the state having been created in 1801. Tattnall County provides a wonderful opportunity for new businesses and investments as well as an ideal alternative to folks wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of a large metropolitan area.

The Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce supports and educates existing businesses in the county as well as prospective businesses while also enriching the quality of life of its residents. We encourage you to visit our community and experience the best of Tattnall County including the friendliness of our population and our quiet, country way of life.

The Chamber's members are business and professional men and women who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the economic, civic and cultural well-being of Tattnall County and its five communities. The Chamber is a voluntary non-profit business organization.

The Chamber collaborates with government, education and private industry to assist and strengthen local businesses, to be an advocate for business, and affect the quality of life for those who call Tattnall County home by providing leadership and direction for community action. The officers, directors, staff and dedicated volunteers direct activities to achieve the Chamber’s outlined goals and objectives.
The Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice for business in our community by:

  • Working to create prosperity throughout Tattnall County and the surrounding areas.
  • Aiding in the expansion and growth of existing businesses while recruiting additional businesses to diversify employment opportunities and generate more commercial and retail revenue.
  • Addressing local issues to improve the quality of life for all Tattnall County Residents.

A Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer-driven organization that unites the business and professional leaders in an area to expand the economy of the area. Chambers provide a venue through which members can get involved and accomplish collectively what no one business could do alone. Today, Chambers have become community organizations to recognize all the factors which affect their community and adjust their programs accordingly. A Chamber of Commerce is not a department of the city, county or state government; a social service or charitable institution; a private advertising, publicity or public relations agency.
How does the Chamber of Commerce function?

There are four types of Chambers of Commerce: National, State, Regional and Local. National and state Chambers of Commerce deal primarily with those issues directly affecting them on a state-wide level. Regional Chambers focus on regional issues in the county. Local chambers like ours spend their efforts on issues affecting their counties.