• Welcome to the Henry County Chamber of Commerce!

  • More than a Membership…
    it’s a Partnership



  • Upcoming Events

  • Henry County Georgia... a destination for families to live, work and play.

  • Chamber Staff

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  • Convention & Visitors Bureau Staff

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  • Laura Luker

    Director of Tourism
    Henry County Convention & Visitors Bureau
    (770) 692-7954

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  • Aisha White

    Digital Marketing Assistant
    Henry County Convention & Visitors Bureau
    (770) 692-7953

  • Spotlight

  • April 2019
    ´╗┐Business After Hours
    Thursday, April 25
    5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
    Southern Belle Farm
    1658 Turner Church Road
    McDonough, GA 30252
    The Chamber is invited to enjoy down home charm and hospitality and experience the joy of strawberry picking at the next Business After Hours event hosted by Southern Belle Farm. Park and head over to the new Pavilion where the festivities will be held at 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Be on time for a Trolley Tour that will take the first 50 on the scenic route through the strawberry fields, and for those who want to try it, some actual strawberry picking can be arranged. Everyone can look forward to being treated to a farm fresh meal topped off by Southern Belle Farm's specialties, fresh strawberry shortcake and strawberry ice cream! Comfortable walking shoes are recommended. To RSVP, click here.
    Business After Hours are free networking events for members and their invited (adult) guests.
  • April 2019
    Business Booster Luncheon

    Thursday, April 18
    11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

    Chamber Hudgins Room
    1709 Highway 20 West
    McDonough, GA 30253


    Topic: Retirement, Exit Planning and Investing — Planning for Your Future

    Shane Hunter, CFP

    Speaker: Shane Hunter, CFP – Financial Advisor, Stewardship Financial Advisors

    When it comes to finances, we have to prepare for every season! Whether you’re a business owner or someone’s employee, you have likely found yourself questioning just how financially prepared you are for the future. You may ask: Am I investing and saving enough and am I doing this responsibly? What will happen to my family and my business if I am injured…or worse? Am I doing everything I should to prepare for retirement?  When I retire, what should I do with my business? These are just a few of the questions you may have about your financial stability.

    Join us for the April Business boosters Luncheon, as Shane Hunter guides us thorough the financial seasons of our life and business.

    Lunch will be catered by:

    Gezzo's West Coast Burritos
    1866 Jonesboro Road McDonough, 

    (770) 954-9992

    The discounted cost for this catered lunch for those who register and pay online is $12 for Chamber members and $20 for non-members. An additional charge of $3 will be applied for those who pay at the door. To cover catering costs, no-shows will be expected to make payment.

  • Inaugural Women's EmPOWERment Summit hits every mark on a day dedicated to helping women live life better and longer

    The inaugural Henry County Women's EmPOWERment Summit delivered on its theme and mission to educate, empower and engage the women of Henry County. Beginning with the empowering charge made by keynote speaker Ann Cramer — to practice paradox, syzigy, and ikigai for a fuller, more meaningful life — the day soared. Read more.

    For a pictorial look back at the entire day, please click to View Photo Gallery.

    HCCC Education Committee Awards Scholarships
    at the Inaugural Women's EmPOWERment Summit
    Kelli Crews and Dhruti Trivedi each received $500 in the Scholarships for Young Women awarded by the HCCC Education Committee. The scholarships were awarded as part of the Inaugural Women's EmPOWERment Summit held on March 7 at the Merle Manders Conference Center.
    Kelli and Dhruti are both Seniors at Eagles Landing Christian Academy. Learn more

  • Thank you to our Elite Members

    The businesses that make up the Elite Partnership, partner with the Chamber in a combined effort to strengthen Henry County’s economic climate through their substantial contributions to the Chamber. This helps advance its mission and economic development initiatives that help preserve Henry County’s reputation as a dynamic and vibrant location to do business.