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Our Chamber's mission is to support the economic and social growth of our members through networking, public awareness, and community promotion. Programs offered to support networking opportunities include our monthly Business After Hours and Chamber Luncheons.

Membership


The Georgetown/Scott County Chamber of Commerce is an active, vibrant regional organization with nearly 600 members, six active committees and a professional staff. Membership provides many benefits including monthly chamber meetings, a high quality membership directory, and an active economic development program. 

Directory


The directory features a list of our distinguished membership, including products and services they offer. Visitors are urged to use the directory with the intention of purchasing services or products offered locally, as a means of contributing back to our vibrant community.

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in 1 days Starts: Tue, July 26 2016 at 5:30 PM
High South Art House127 North Court Street, Suite 4Georgetown, KY 40324
High South Art House, Georgetown, United States
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in 4 days Starts: Fri, July 29 2016 at 11:00 AM
Enjoy lunch, cotton candy, sno cones, games and community information! You can also tour the new administration building.
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in 4 days Starts: Fri, July 29 2016 at 7:00 PM
It is time to celebrate !¬†Floral Fusion 2016 is a "fusion" of gardens this year.This annual fundraising tradition has grown beyond the walls of the gallery to include the historic gardens of Georgetown. New growth is emerging from deep roots, perineal plants are now sharing sprouts; and seeds, waiti…
Scott County Arts and Cultural Center, Georgetown, United States
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The mission statement of the
Georgetown/Scott County Chamber of Commerce is...


"To promote the economic growth of our businesses, maintain and enhance the quality of life of our community and to encourage community involvement of our membership".

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