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Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce Partner Information


Bart Rice – Small Business Center Director
910-592-7176 or brice@sampsoncc.edu

Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce
910-592-6177 or info@clintonsampsonchamber.org

Mary Rose – Planning Director/Main Street Director

Stephen Barrington – Executive Director of Sampson County Economic Commission
910-592-8921 or sbarrington@sampsonedc.com

Randi Kelly – Small Town Mainstreet Coordinator (Roseboro)
910-990-4478 or girlkellogg@gmail.com

Amanda Bradshaw – Zoning and Planning Administrator (Newton Grove)
910-594-0827 or abradshaw@newtongrove.net

Join the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce Today!

Interested in joining the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce? Call our office at (910)-592-6177 today.

A new year of membership now brings opportunities to expand our businesses and grow the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce. Our strength and vitality come from the unity within our businesses and our presence in the community. Much change has been in the air in the last year, and with that we have been inspired to with new ideas and renewed excitement for 2021. We are looking forward to the “NEW” Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce in 2021, and we anticipate a very successful year; so, we would love to have you as a member!

“When consumers know that a small business is a member of their local Chamber of Commerce, they are 44% more likely to think favorably of it, and they’re a full 63% more likely to purchase goods or services from that company in the future.” Kathleen Lanza — Columnist for Money News Now

Why join the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce?

  • Advertising opportunities through the Chamber of Commerce’s email list of members and local residents throughout our “Constant Contact” software system.
  • Gain visibility and drive traffic to your business through the Chamber of Commerce’s social media pages, along with other advertisement opportunities throughout the year.
  • Tap into the power of networking through the sponsored Chamber of Commerce events.
  • Informative meetings focused on growth, networking, and increasing visibility to local businesses.

“Your local Chamber of Commerce is still on of the best ways to network with other entrepreneurs in virtually any community.” Tim Parker — writer for Yahoo! Finance, Business Insider, and Forbes 

Latest news

2021 Christmas Parade Application
Relaunching North Carolina from the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce
Empowering Businesses in COVID-19 Recovery

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Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce Christmas ParadeSaturday December 11 at 10:00am