The Greater Nassau County Chamber of Commerce has got Nassau County covered — from the growing towns of Callahan, Hilliard and Bryceville on the west side, to Yulee and Fernandina Beach on the east.
Nassau County is a diverse place with 652 square miles of thick pine forests, quiet rivers and sandy beaches sandwiched between the banks of the meandering St. Mary’s River and the majestic Atlantic. This idyllic environment is home to over 70,000 residents and the businesses that serve them.
Extensive growth is occurring in the towns in the western area of Nassau County. Our organization is dedicated to representing the businesses in Callahan, Hilliard and Bryceville, as well as the bustling areas of Fernandina Beach and Yulee.
We serve our members through annual community events, networking, informational meetings, and promotion of member businesses. The Greater Nassau County Chamber of Commerce was incorporated on December 9, 1974. We are a member of the Florida Chamber of Commerce. Our office is located in the rear of the Wells Fargo Bank in Callahan. We have a small town friendliness and openness, while professionally representing the business owners of Nassau County. We’re here for you. Come see us!
As you look for the perfect place for your business, the things that are important to you are just as important to us. Location, transportation, sites, incentives, and workforce all play a role in business success. Housing, cost of living, education, medical care, and recreation all play a role in personal success.
So, look no further than Nassau County – the ultimate climate for business and life. From high-tech start-ups, to large manufacturing facilities, to world headquarters, the businesses in Nassau County are quite diverse, yet have one shared connection. They chose Nassau County for similar reasons.
To find out more, explore the Nassau County Economic Development Board website.
Greater Nassau County Chamber of Commerce
President: Royce Proctor
Areas of expertise:
Business growth and development for the betterment of Nassau County.