Chamber of Commerce
The Gatlinburg Chamber began more than 60 years ago. During the late 1930’s, businessmen in the community banded together to form the first tourist bureau. In 1940, the newly organized tourist bureau was chartered by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The Gatlinburg Tennessee Chamber was officially chartered as a non-profit organization in June 1957.
What’s Happening on Facebook
Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce shared Gatlinburg SkyLift's post.
3 days ago
Stay tuned as the SkyBridge construction project at Gatlinburg SkyLift nears completion!
Check this out!
We have started stringing up cable across the ridge to connect SkyBridge! The video shows drone/aerial footage of the project including:
SkyBridge, Upper Plaza Area, Two-Story Building, and panoramic views of the Smoky Mountains and the town of Gatlinburg below. Make sure to stay connected on our Instagram page where we are regularly updating our construction process and milestones. More is coming soon, so stay tuned!
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What is the Gatlinburg Chamber’s Role?
The Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce present role is that of a private, membership-funded business organization that continues to serve the business community through the active involvement in citywide issues, the publishing, distribution and management of the community’s Gatlinburg Vacation Guide and website www.gatlinburg.com for the City of Gatlinburg, and the daily attention to visitor mail, telephone, and internet inquiries. The Gatlinburg Chamber is a well established, thriving organization offering a wide variety of services to its members and consumers. With all the Chamber has to offer there has never been a better time to be a member of the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce.
Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce Mission Statement
On behalf of our membership, The Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce will promote, unify, inform, serve, and enhance the business community in a cohesive voice for the advancement of the economic, environmental, and social concerns of the community in order to make Gatlinburg a better place to live, work, and visit.