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As a member, you can participate in the Douglas County Chamber business, educational and social activities, and meet people who can help your business succeed by sharing information, providing services, products, resources, or referrals. Check the Events Calendar for a complete list of Douglas County Chamber events.
The Douglas County Chamber offers four regularly scheduled networking events each month:
The Georgia Power Coffee Card Exchanges are held on the second Thursday of each month from 8 -9 a.m. at various host locations throughout Douglas County. The Georgia Power Coffee Card Exchange is a great way to jump-start your day, as you have an opportunity to meet an average of 100 business and community leaders, while enjoying coffee and a light breakfast. Free for members / $20.00 for non-members.
The GreyStone Power Luncheons are quickly becoming the lunchtime networking event in Douglas County. They are held every third Tuesday of the month at noon at the Douglasville Downtown Conference Center. On average, more than 150 community and business leaders attend this monthly event, which features a guest speaker and catered lunch. A $15 fee is charged to members and a R.S.V.P. is required. $30 for non-members.
The Comcast Business After Hours consistently proves to be the ultimate way to wrap up your busy work day. The Comcast Business After Hours are held on the last Thursday of each month from 4pm-6pm at various host locations. Appetizers, snacks and drinks await Chamber members as they gather for an opportunity to socialize and network with fellow business and community leaders. Free for members / $20.00 for non-members.
Young Professionals Connection the Chamber’s newest networking group, was created to help develop a new base of Chamber members and leaders. The Young Professionals Connection (YPC) is a way for young business professionals in the Douglas County Chamber of Commerce to connect with each other. YPC fosters personal and professional member development through social events, community service and professional opportunities for Douglas County’s savvy, sophisticated younger set. The group is for young professionals ages 21-40.
If these four networking events still do not provide you with enough networking opportunities, don’t worry, we have more! Networking is one of the principal reasons a business joins a Chamber, and the Douglas County Chamber strives to help meet the networking objectives of all it’s members.
I wanted to take a moment and compliment you for having the best turnout at a chamber event that PNC Bank has ever sponsored or hosted. That level of success is a testament to the great work the Chamber is doing in the community. On behalf of PNC Bank, I look forward to working with you again to support the community.
Sincerely, Brian Stephen Repp
Regional President, Central Region, PNC Bank