• Featured Events


    The Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet 2018 Sponsored by Randy Marion Chevrolet recognizes the success of business throughout the Greater Statesville area.  This is the most important membership meeting of the year as we celebrate 2017 and usher in a prosperous 2018.  We will also honor several businesses and individuals for their work throughout the community.  Join us on Tuesday February 20, 2018 at the Statesville Civic Center located at 300 S. Center St. Statesville. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

    Why Celeste and WHY Now?  Shortly after a very contentious, and bitter, local election cycle that had its blessed completion in November, we had the chance to listen – again – to Celeste’s TED talk.   It struck our board that NOW, more than ever,  we need to better understand how to communicate with each other.   Our organisation wants to do anything we can to help bridge the chasm that separates races, genders, socio-economic levels – Collectively we all can benefit if we re-learn what it means to converse.  


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  • Ribbon Cuttings and Grand Openings

     ‚ÄčOne of the most exciting events for a business, whether new or existing, is celebrating a grand opening and/or ribbon cutting The Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce offers its assistance in the planning and preparation of your Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. We provide the scissors and the ribbon. Our staff will photograph the event to "preserve the moment" and we print your photo in our Connection Magazine.

  • Manufacturer Tours 2018

    Conducting manufacturing plant visits for members of our chamber and their staff is a good way to build relationships for your company and increase support for a pro-growth, pro-business agenda. Likewise, they provide excellent opportunities for members to see manufacturing in the community. Hear the success stories and the struggles that manufacturers face and see firsthand how their policies work in real life. Plant tours educate on the importance of manufacturing role in the economy.



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