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Chamber’s Students in Business Program

I attended the Students in Business conference put on by the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce and I just wanted to thank you for giving your time and working with all of us to help make the program such a roaring success! I picked up a great deal of information that I know will only [...]

The Augusta Chronicle

I have been participating in various Chamber events over the last couple of years. These events have been instrumental in making great connections both personally, and professionally. The networking opportunities made available to businesses are invaluable. I particularly enjoy the Business After Hours and the Professional Development Luncheons. Business After Hours provides an atmosphere that [...]

GIW Industries, Inc.

Many of our company leaders have benefited through the networking, community and educational events offered by the Chamber.  We utilize the government affairs groups to help us stay current on laws and regulations that impact our business.  With partners like this, there always exists the ability to pick up the phone and connect quickly with needed [...]

Development Authority of Columbia County

The Columbia County Chamber is a great ally in supporting the local business community and advocating for key legislative issues.  Being co-located with the Chamber allows for a great partnership for fostering a strong business climate. – Robert F. Bennett, MPA, CEcD, Executive Director, Development Authority of Columbia County.

Columbia County Choral Society

Last summer, I participated in the Chamber’s Networking for Leads program, where I met Rose Marie Marshall, of Blanchard and Calhoun.  We followed up with lunch that the Chamber arranged – that was the best single move I’ve made all year.  Rose Marie agreed to join our Board of Directors for the Columbia County Choral [...]

Columbia County Board of Education

The partnership between the Columbia County Chamber and the Columbia County School System is a catalyst for continual community, business and educational improvement.  Through their efforts, many initiatives have been developed to provide a stronger workforce and smoother school-to-work transition. – Julie Kenny, CTAE Coordinator, Columbia County School System.

Post-Legislative – May 8, 2014, at 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Pre-Legislative – November 11, 2014, at 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

GA Dept. of Transportation held a Ground Breaking on February 5th.

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