We are voluntary action organization, made up of business people and concerned individuals working to improve the economic and cultural vitality of our community. The Chamber is independent of all other groups and organizations, and it is the acting voice of the Colquitt-Miller County business community.
We strive for a better community. We consider our self an information bureau, a business agent, a goodwill ambassador, and a sales manager for our local partners. The Chamber of Commerce answers over 10,000 phone calls annually questioning the businesses, activities, lifestyles and social aspects of our community. Others can rely on our source to find your business.
The Chamber works to promote all elements and events of our community, including, but not limited to events sponsored by the Colquitt-Miller Arts Council, Miller County School System, City of Colquitt, and Miller County.
Colquitt Miller County Chamber of Commerce also has benefits for chamber members through the Drugs Don’t Work Program. You can also check with your local insurance provider to see about discounts on your insurance coverage because of your membership.
The 2024 Mayhaw Festival is set for Saturday, April 20th! The 3rd weekend in April, every year! from 10am to 3pm. Join more than 3,500 friends, neighbors, and festival fans for a day of food, fun, music, exhibits, children’s activities, a parade, and more. Applications for vendors will open March 1, 2024 through April 1, 2024. Booths fill up fast, don’t procrastinate!
More than 100 local businesses and organizations support the chamber, and we encourage you to join.
Membership is cost-effective and the benefits are many.
Swamp Gravy, giant murals, and the whispering giant totem pole, as well as Cedar Head Farms, Fresh Press Farms, and outdoor parks and recreation make our community a great place to visit.
Jonathan Prickett—Vice Chair
Malia Phillips-Lee—Past Chair
Mandy C. Roland-President