024Joining the Greater Nassau County Chamber of Commerce may just be one of the best moves that you can make for your business! Our chamber offers many benefits! How can your Chamber of Commerce help your business?


  • Being a Chamber Member brings added credibility to your business.
  • Advertising on our Website, Facebook Page, and monthly E-Newsletter.
  • New business referrals when someone calls the chamber asking where they can get the product or service that you provide.
  • Monthly membership meetings which facilitate networking.
  • Community involvement where you can let the community see you and get to know who you are!Connections
  • Business to Business Referrals
  • Learning & Political Opportunities
  • Make Connections!

The Greater Nassau County Chamber of Commerce promotes and supports your business and encourages new business development by being the resource of choice for Nassau County.

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Thriving business builds a thriving community. The Chamber has invested in continual development initiatives to provide education, support, resources, and training to ensure sustainable growth for Nassau County.
2017 Board
2017 Board of Directors (L to R) – Comm. George Spicer (WS Optimist Club), Jody Norton (Master Pest Control), Any Whitaker (Community First CU), Amanda Crawford (VyStar CU), Secretary, Emily Baumgartner (WN Historical Society), Treasurer, Lorra Britt (Southeastern Bank), Vice President, Jim Bush (FPL), President, Royce Proctor (Okefenoke REMC), David Richardson (FPU, not pictured)