Clinton – Sampson Chamber of Commerce
Clinton – Sampson Chamber of Commerce
Business Address
414 Warsaw
PO Box 467
Primary Contact
Ms. Katlin Norris
Primary Phone
Long Business Description

"Working Together for Total Community Development"

The Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to the economic growth of Sampson County, a healthy business community and an outstanding quality of life. The Chamber serves as a voice for the county and surrounding area businesses, uniting those who realize that through the Chamber they can accomplish collectively what no one of them can do individually.

The Chamber works to build and maintain productive relationships with the business community by implementing programs that enhance the quality of life and spirit of the community. Contact us about joining over 425 other businesses in our Chamber network.

The Chamber was first incorporated in 1947, as the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and Merchants Bureau. In the year 2000, the Chamber changed its name from the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce to the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce in an effort to better incorporate all of Sampson County.

Today the Chamber is a dedicated voluntary organization of the business community and professional individuals throughout Sampson County who wish to work for a healthy economy and community. A 16 member Board of Directors oversees policy-making for more than 425 Chamber members. Board members represent the business, civic and professional leadership of the community. The Chamber is managed by the Executive Director and aided by administrative staff.

Our Purpose

To preserve the competitive enterprise system of business by:
•Creating a better understanding and appreciation of the importance of business people and a concern for their problems.
•Educating the business community and representing them in city, county, state and national legislative and political affairs.
•Preventing or addressing controversies which are detrimental to expansion and growth of business and the community if they arise.
•Creating a greater appreciation of the value of a more liberal investment of substance and self on behalf of the interests of competitive business

To promote business and community growth and development by:
•Promoting economic programs designed to strengthen and expand the income potential of all business within the trade area.
•Promoting programs of civic, social and cultural nature which are designed to increase the functional and aesthetic values of the community.
•Discovering and correcting abuses which prevent the promotion of business expansion and community growth.