Chamber Members

The Marion County businesses, organizations and individuals listed in our directory are integral to the community’s continued growth and prosperity. They have discovered the benefits of membership in the Marion County Chamber of Commerce. Browse our list of current members and the goods and services they offer.

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Raulston Woods & Gardens

Who are you, and what is your business? Tabb and Sarah McNabb, and our business is Raulston Woods & Gardens.  Sarah has lived in Marion County for over fifteen years. She brings to our community and commerce a lifetime of dedication to civic activism, years of...

A Step Ahead Chattanooga

Who are you, and what is your business? I’m Lissa Goeltz, a South Pittsburg native, now serving the women and families in Marion County through the services of our local nonprofit, A Step Ahead Chattanooga.  My role serves a 10-county area surrounding Hamilton County....

MaxFit

Who are you, and what is your business? We are J.D. Kim Genter and Trey Hill. We own and operate MaxFit. What is your service or product? We are a 24/7 fitness center with tanning/spray tanning, classes, personal training, cross-training, and have a massage therapist....

2023 Marion County Chamber of Commerce Awards

    • Business of the Year winners are recognized for their community involvement and corporate citizenship, growth in employees, sales, net income, and/or customer base, and commitment to good and ethical business practices. This year’s winners were Colonial Chemical (large business) and WEPG –The River 104.9 (small business).

    • The Community Impact Award was given to SPARQ (South Pittsburg Area Revitalization Quest) for its commitment and dedication to the community through a myriad of programs and efforts.

    • Each year the Chamber invites the general public to submit nominations for the Citizen of the Year in recognition of a person in our community for his or her outstanding community involvement. This year’s award went to Paige Payne Hill. She began her teaching career at SPHS 30 years ago and has gone above and beyond from the very start. Her staff and students describe her as fair, compassionate, and innovative. She promotes parent and community involvement.

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    DragonTech IT Services

    Work Phone: 423-815-1394

     

     

    The Chamber is looking forward to our next Annual Golf Classic in June of 2024. Be sure to join in the fun!

     

     

     

    Thank you to Colonial Chemical for continuing the Tennessee Adopt-A-Highway program.

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