Cascade Business and Merchants Association
Learn more about the Cascade Business and Merchants Association.
Old National Merchants Association
The Old National Merchants Association is celebrating 25 years of leadership in promoting economic development along the Old National Highway (Georgia Highway 279) commercial corridor in the City of South Fulton.
With diverse programs and initiatives from business expos to beautification projects, the association seeks to grow and sustain a vibrant corridor of some 500 friendly establishments, including restaurants, hotels, florists, professional service providers, schools, specialty shops, places of worship and more.Collaboration and a can do spirit are our driving forces.
Learn more about the Old National Merchants Association.
South Fulton Chamber of Commerce
As the South Fulton Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 73rd anniversary, it seeks to spark interest and enthusiasm in visiting and relocating to the environmentally friendly area full of exciting opportunities with lots of room for growth.
Within a 125,000-acre region, a portion of it running along the Chattahoochee River, you will travel through eight cities that make-up south Fulton County, including the City of South Fulton, Hapeville, East Point, College Park, Fairburn, Union City, Palmetto, Chattahoochee Hills and southwest Atlanta.
South Fulton Convention and Visitors Bureau
The South Fulton Convention and Visitors Bureau is responsible encouraging groups, conventions, meetings, trade shows, exhibits, sports tournaments to select the city as a host for their events and attract tourists. The bureau is lead by Executive Director Chantel Ross Francois, who can be reached at (470) 502-5889.
Learn more about the South Fulton Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Main Street Districts
The National Main Street Programs aim to revitalize downtowns and commercial districts through preservation-based economic development and community revitalization. Main Street was established as a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1980 as a way to address the myriad issues facing older and historic downtowns during that time. Working with a nationwide network of coordinating programs and local communities,
Main Street has helped over 2,000 communities across the country bring economic vitality back downtown, while celebrating their historic character, and bringing communities together.