Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce
is an organization promoting all of Thomasville and our local businesses.

Welcome to Thomasville, North Carolina, the Seat of Global Opportunity

Located in the heart of North Carolina on Interstate 85, Thomasville is the hub for business and economic growth and is perfectly positioned as the seat of global opportunity.

Closer to home, Thomasville’s quality of life reflects big-city opportunities wrapped up in small-town charm.

Here at the Thomasville Area Chamber of Commerce, we know that both businesses and families can thrive in Thomasville. Our advantages are many, from a lower cost of living to more community support than you will find in a larger city. In Thomasville, your neighbors are here for you, and the Chamber is here for your business.

Welcome to the Chamber

Connecting businesses together daily; operating Thomasville's front door; responding to a plethora of visitor and information requests; and counseling small businesses and entrepreneurs; the Thomasville Area Chamber is actively fulfilling its mission of strengthening the local economy and enhancing our quality of life. Please explore our website for more about us, the benefits of Chamber membership, our member businesses, and our events, including Thomasville’s popular Everybody’s Day.

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    Portraits of Davidson County

    February 2018

    Connect with our community with the Portraits of Davidson County. Immerse yourself in Thomasville and the surrounding area with information on demographics, important numbers, quality of life, attractions, area businesses, and more.


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    Small Business of the Year


    Allied Foam Products Inc.

    215 Bonnie Regan Road
    Thomasville, NC 27360
    Phone: (336) 475-6821


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    Where will your retirement money last the longest?

    UPDATED DECEMBER 12, 2017 02:01 PM

    If you’re concerned about having enough money to last you in retirement, take a look at where you live. SmartAsset, a New York company that helps people plan their financial futures, has released a study looking at how long $1 million will last in retirement based on where in North Carolina you live.