The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce is a quality organization dedicated to the business development of our members, the economic growth of our region and the highest quality of life for our community, the Ocoee Region of Tennessee.
The Chamber of Commerce opened in its 225 Keith Street location in the Village Green Town Center in November 2003. The primary use of the facility is to promote Chamber functions, both community and economic development activities. For a virtual tour of the meeting rooms available for rental by our Chamber members, please click here.
Allied Arts Council—The mission of the Allied Arts Council is to enhance the quality of life in Cleveland/Bradley County by strengthening communication, increasing cooperation, and providing advocacy and support of the arts and leisure organizations in the community. Teachers in Bradley County and Cleveland City Schools, along with Chamber-member private schools may apply for Arts in Education grants, which are presented each fall by the Arts in Education Committee of the Allied Arts Council. Click here for the Arts in Education Grant Application.
Committee Participation—The Chamber gives you the opportunity to influence business and community development programs through participation on a variety of Chamber committees.
Legislative Updates and Representation—The Chamber works on local, state and federal levels to represent the interests of the business community.
Leadership Cleveland—This community leadership training program provides participants with an overview of the many facets that make up our community. The eight-month program focuses on local government, local economy, health and social services, education, public safety, law enforcement, environment and state government through tours, presentations and discussion. Click here for 2012-13 application information.
The Safety Council of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce provides increased safety awareness through the combined efforts of organizations and the community at large, Its mission is to improve safety in the workplace and the community by providing education and promoting safety awareness through specialized meetings and programming.
Seminars—We schedule seminars and educational courses on a variety of current topics to provide you with management tools and information needed to make quality business decisions.
The Women's Council serves as a professional networking and information source for women in the community. Its mission is to educate, empower, mentor and promote women's businesses and projects through quarterly programming. It seeks to become a highly recognized and empowered group leading to enhanced quality of life and economic growth through isses of particular interest to women.