• 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, learn, and play.

  • Henry Chamber Staff

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  • Phyllis Reeves
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    Tourism Staff

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  • Laura Luker

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

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  • Leo Solomon

    Digital Content Manager
    Henry County Convention & Visitors Bureau
    (770) 692-7953

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  • Janna Szeto

    Partner Relations Manager
    Henry County Convention & Visitors Bureau
    (678) 967-3567

  • Spotlight

  • Business After Hours

    April 28 | 5:30 - 7:00 PM

    Oaks at Eagle's Landing 

    475 Country Club Drive
    Stockbridge, GA 30281


    Oaks at Eagle's Landing will host the Henry County business community for a Business After Hours showcase of its facility and amenities on Thursday, April 28, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm. Join the Chamber for a relaxing evening of food and fun as we browse, mix and mingle, and learn about this exciting new addition to the Stockbridge community.

    The Chamber Jackpot drawing will be for $300! You must be present to win!

    Door Prizes are Welcome!

    Donate a door prize valued at $20 or more representing your business or organization. Recognition for door prizes donations will be included in the E-News and on our Social Media!

  • Community Dialogue

    A Book Discussion with Mercer University Academics on Racial Healing

    April 25 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM 


    Join this discussion about how to become elevated in readiness to tackle racism in your surroundings-- the process of becoming 'antiracist.' The Racial Healing Handbook by Anneliese A. Singh looks at racism and negative racist attitudes, examines why they exist, and offers methods for how to combat them.

    Two of Mercer University's academic staff members, scholars, and advocates of social justice will reveal their truths learned by reading and internalizing the process recommended in The Racial Healing Handbook. Register now to join in with Dr. Ansley Booker, Director of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives, and Dr. Carol Bokros, Director of Pre-Health Professions Advising, from Mercer University, for this important discussion.

    The Racial Healing Handbook
    Practical Activities to Help You Challenge Privilege, Confront Systemic Racism, and Engage in Collective Healing
    The Social Justice Handbook Series by Anneliese A. Singh

    Available at Birdsong Books, 650 Peeksville Road, Locust Grove, GA 30248, (470) 878-1339 (work)

  • Lunch with a Leader

    McDonough's new mayor scheduled
    to update the Henry County Chamber

    April 21 | 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM


    The Chamber will feature the Honorable Sandra Vincent, Mayor of the City of McDonough, as the keynote speaker for its "Lunch with a Leader" keynote series. The event will be held on-site with limited in-person seating. 

    Now in her fourth month after successfully becoming the 'Mayor for all McDonough,' the Honorable Sandra Vincent will be featured as the 'Lunch With a Leader' keynote on Thursday, April 21. Mayor Vincent will provide an overview of her first 100 days in office in terms of challenges and opportunities followed by her vision for the City of McDonough. Read Mayor Vincent's bio>.

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    Door Prizes are Welcome!

    Donate a door prize valued at $20 or more representing your business or organization. Recognition for door prizes donations will be included in the E-News and on our Social Media!
    Online registration for this event is not complete until payment is confirmed. If you receive an error message instead of a payment confirmation, please call (770) 957-5786. 

  • 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.