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  • Founded in 1953, Clayton County Chamber of Commerce is a member-based nonprofit organization dedicated to making Clayton County the ideal place in Metropolitan Atlanta to live, work, and play. As one of the largest business associations in the region, uniting individuals and businesses to accomplish collectively what cannot be done individually, Clayton County Chamber of Commerce promotes business growth and enhances the quality of life through economic prosperity. Member benefits include a plethora of exposure opportunities, advertising and business promotion, relationship-building, professional development, leadership training, advocacy, as well as education and workforce training partnerships. Although Clayton County is one of the smallest counties in the state of Georgia at 125 square miles, it is one of the strongest business climates, boasting over 6,000 businesses.

    Now is your chance to become part of the organization that is the heartbeat of the business community. Your involvement helps to shape the quality of life for our businesses and citizens. We look forward to having you as a valued member of the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce. You can make a big difference in our community.


    NEW DIRECTION: In addition to providing services to members as the Chamber has traditionally done, the Chamber will also work to address broader community challenges and opportunities that impact quality of life in Clayton County.

    NEW MISSION STATEMENT: Promote business, drive economic development, and serve as a catalyst to elevate quality of life in the community and region.

    NEW VISION STATEMENT: Clayton County Chamber of Commerce is recognized as an influential regional leader and collaborator for business and community prosperity.


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    Welcome to Clayton County!

    Clayton County offers the best of all worlds. Our culture is a unique tapestry, that blends suburban friendliness with big-city assets. Clayton County is home to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world's busiest passenger airport, which has an economic impact of more than $23 billion. The Georgia International Convention Center is a world-class venue that is directly linked to the airport’s ATL SkyTrain automated people mover system. This system makes GICC the only U.S. convention center connected to a major airport. 

    Our accessibility makes getting around the Metro Atlanta Region easy and convenient. Our transportation infrastructure includes: MARTA, access to interstates 75, 85, 285 and 675. Each of Clayton County’s communities: College Park, Forest Park, Jonesboro, Lake City, Lovejoy, Morrow and Riverdale offers a unique style and personality. As a community we are united in making the entire region inviting, prosperous, and dynamic for our residents and businesses. 

    Clayton  County rests in the heart of our region and our businesses thrive because we make our business relationships personal. Clayton County is home to several national companies such as Clorox, Fresh Express and Toto USA.  We have an award winning Water Authority and a host of amenities. The Beach at Clayton County International Park was the site of the 1996 Olympic beach volleyball competition and now part of Clayton County’s tremendous parks system. We offer trails, shopping and family friendly activities that make Clayton County a great place to live, work, play, learn and INVEST!  

    The Atlanta State Farmers Market is the largest in the State and is home to 150 acres of fresh produce, flowers and other goods. The State Farmers market serves as a distribution and wholesale hub that generates over $1 billion in annual revenue. Clayton State University is a major educational asset and is home to a cultural treasure in Spivey Hall, the Carnegie Hall of the South. The National Archives Southeast Region and Georgia State Archives are next-door neighbors in Clayton County, the only place in the country where state and national archives are co-located.

    We thank you for visiting our website and hope that we helped you to learn more about the Chamber and Clayton County. If you have additional questions, we urge you to contact the Chamber or visit our office, as we are one of the fastest ways to get to know the community and our businesses.


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