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About Us

The Covington – Tipton County Chamber of Commerce was chartered on October 10th in 1957.

We are a non-profit organization, run by two staff members and a 23 member volunteer Board of Directors that exist to Promote and Support the Covington-Tipton County Area Communities and West TN Lifestyle.

We accomplish this by:

  • Driving traffic through Tipton County on State Hwy 51 and north off of I-40:
    • Placing over $10,000 in advertising on billboards, radio, and websites across TN and the 4 contiguous States.
    • Maintaining and as vacation planning tools and to promote our Members. These sites, collectively, average 120,000 unique users per year with close to 500,000 page views annually.
    • Promoting the Covington Area entertainment shows, musical events, and art opportunities
    • Organizing and Promoting the annual Covington-Tipton County Heritage Festival, Dickens Christmas event and other events.
    • Creating and Promoting exclusive Chamber Member events and award opportunities.
    • Printing a Visitors/Newcomers Guide.
  • Providing opportunities for Members to promote their business via:
    • Website, Events Calendar, weekly Chamber e-newsletter, andmonthly Business Feature events such as Third Thursday, 12 at 12, Tasty Tuesday and more.
  • Strengthen Local Businesses:
    • Visitors Center, Referrals, Networking, Education, Business Expo, Annual Awards of Excellence, and more.

We use your annual investment dues to operate the Visitors Bureau and cover logistics associated with maintaining a Chamber storefront which serves as the gateway to the community. Our Staff and volunteer Board of Directors seek grants to pay for advertising, trade shows, media relations, public relations, social media, photography and videography event promotion, festivals and the Chamber website.

We are committed to maintaining a desirable quality of life featuring year round recreational opportunities, as well as a thriving economic climate. We work with citizen groups, the City and County governments, as well as local businesses and outlaying communities to promote economic development.