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As a 90-year-old membership organization, we have a rich history
of accomplishments to which we can point. Not content to look at
yesteryear’s achievements, we are presently looking to the future
of our organization and our community. What projects will have
the biggest impact on the future of Cleveland and Bradley County?
How will we grow our membership? What will draw new business
and industry to our community? How can we attract visitors to our
region to experience our Southern hospitality?

For instance, funding Spring Branch Industrial Park, 331 acres
located off I-75 at Exit 20, is vital to the continued growth and
success of our community. Spring Branch will be an ideal location
for recruiting new business and industry that find our workforce
and our community a good fit for their operations and will ensure
greater economic growth.

We also are committed to working with existing industries, perhaps
like those listed within these pages, to expand their facilities and
enhance their workforce to assist in the growth of their business.
This too is vital to our continued economic growth and community
well-being.

The Ocoee Region offers visitors a variety of attractions, outdoor
fun, seasonal events and historical sites, along with fine dining
and locally owned eateries. Tourists to Bradley County generate
approximately $8.5 million in local and state sales taxes, which
help pay for the services residents of this community enjoy.

The continued growth of the Chamber of Commerce—whether
in our membership base, programs and services offered, and
opportunities provided—sets the tone for the future growth of our
community. Please consider the businesses listed in this directory first
when you need a product or service.















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