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Your City, Your Chamber. We're working together to shape our region.
What we do
The Greater Dalton Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization that serves over 1,000 businesses. The Chamber serves our members by being a catalyst for economic growth, workforce and leadership development, and quality of life improvements in our community.
Our Executive Board consists of volunteers from a variety of the area’s businesses. We represent over 1,000 members of all sizes from small single owner operations to major manufacturers.
Known as the Carpet Capital of the World, Dalton is home to a increasing number of high-tech chemical, plastics, and automotive companies.
Residents here enjoy the charm and easy access of small town life, without having to forfeit big city convenience.
Believe Greater Dalton is a 5-year strategic plan for our community led by the Greater Dalton Chamber of Commerce.
Join forces with other progressive area businesses in the DRUGS DON’T WORK Program of the Greater Dalton Chamber of Commerce.
Our mission is to grow a diverse group of leaders who serve as a catalyst for a stronger community. We prepare community leaders for the challenges of tomorrow.
This is a Chamber-Sponsored Design, Engineering, and Manufacturing summer camp for Middle School students — rising 6th through 8th graders.
Founded in 2013, in an effort to increase our connectivity Latino businesses, this group has become a trusted source of council for our community.
Diplomats serve as the public relations arm of the Chamber. Click below to learn more.
why we do it
The citizens of Dalton and Whitfield County (2,220 of you, in fact!) came together to focus on what our community needs for the future – the things we must do to thrive, grow, and become more competitive.
Greater Dalton will be the first choice to live, work, play, and do business. We will embrace collaborative relationships, respecting and encouraging broad participation in community endeavors.
Now through October 1