Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions2018-07-18T13:26:43+00:00
How does the Chamber decide how to assess dues to members?2018-07-16T15:27:12+00:00

In the vast majority of cases, the formula for setting the level of dues combines a minimum base rate plus a small fee per full-time, permanent employee. The system is designed to result in a “fair share” contribution by businesses of all sizes. In some special business categories, a different formula is sometimes used; however, the goal is always fairness.

Who can attend Chamber events?2018-07-16T15:26:40+00:00

Everyone! Our events are open to member and prospective, non-member guests.

My business would like to sponsor a Chamber event or program. What opportunities are available?2020-04-28T16:14:46+00:00

Please contact Leslie Traylor at for information about the available partnership and sponsorship opportunities.

Most of my clients are outside of Troup County; why should I join?2018-07-16T15:25:02+00:00

The Chamber offers a wide variety of training, education, and career development programs that help you build your staff; we help foster the growth of other businesses at which family members of your associates can find meaningful employment; we work for a better business climate by advocating on your behalf to local, state, and federal governments; and we help steer educational development in directions that will drive growth for our county.

My employer is a member of the Chamber; does that make me a member too?2018-07-16T15:23:48+00:00

Yes! When your employer joins the Chamber, they are joining for all employees within that company. Any employee may take advantage of the program and benefit offerings.

Is the Chamber a part of local government?2018-07-16T15:21:47+00:00

The Chamber is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization of business and professional people. It is not a department of local government, a charitable organization or a civic club; we derive 100% of our income from membership dues, sponsorships and programming.

Does the Chamber primarily serve the needs of big businesses?2018-07-16T15:20:23+00:00

Many people are surprised to learn that 85% of the Chamber members are small businesses with 25 or fewer employees. We work hard to offer programs designed to support both our large and small member businesses’ needs.


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