More than 17,000 people call Emporia-Greensville home, but the area effectively draws labor and customers from a much larger region -- serving a potential population of over 165,000 people.
Who we are: The Emporia-Greensville Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary, non-profit organization, uniting individuals, business professionals and community leaders, striving to help its members prosper. As a small community comprised of mostly small businesses,the Chamber is a central agency whose purpose is to improve the quality of life and the business community.
Why it's important to join: The Chamber is one of the first places visited by individual and/or companies who are interested in relocating here. As a result, we receive scores of inquiries about the area and your business. The Chamber answers every one promptly and courteously to create favorable impression of our community. We work hard to portray a warm,professional image.
What are the benefits?: The Chamber sponsors monthly meetings, where a speaker is sometimes invited to discuss pertinent topics. The Chamber also offers Business After Hours and Business Breakfast, where members have a chance to network and socialize and get to know one another in an informal setting. At the end of the year an annual dinner meeting recognizes outstanding members. Awards are presented and new officers are introduced. Click here to visit site . . .
Located on the fall line between the Piedmont Plateau and the Atlantic Coastal Plain, Emporia-Greenville's 301 square mile landscape varies from gently sloping plains in the southeast to rolling hills along its western boundary.
Our central location the eastern seaboard of the United States between Raleigh, Richmond and Hampton Roads, places Emporia-Greensville within a day's drive of over 50 metropolitan areas and nearly two-thirds of the U.S. population.
Our location at the crossroads of I-95 and U.S. Route 58 provides prime access to the U.S., Canada and Mexico via the interstate system, and to all pints beyond via the Port of Hampton Roads.
More than 17,00 people call Emporia-Greensville home, but the area effectively draws labor and customers from a much larger region-- serving a potential population of over 165,000 people. Click here to visit site . . .
CHAMBER AT A GLANCE
Location – City of Emporia and Greensville County, VA
Population – 17,000
Founded – 1887
Chartered – 1967
Size – 301 square miles
Prime Access –Crossroads of I-95 and U.S. Route 58
Chamber Monthly Luncheon
Business after Hours
Annual Awards Event
Administrative Professionals Luncheon
The Virginia Peanut Festival
July 4th Activities
Annual Beef Festival
Benefits of Membership