Smyrna Business Association

Smyrna Business Association

Smyrna Business Association

The Smyrna Business Association was formed in the Spring of 1983, by a small group of business persons that were interested in making the Smyrna area a more inviting place in which to live and do business.

By working together, the business community and our elected officials will plan and bring forth projects that will continue to make the Smyrna area a leader in Cobb’s business community, and a vibrant, desirable environment in which to work and live.

The Smyrna Business Association is an organization of local business leaders dedicated to the objective of promoting goodwill, unity and harmony among all businesses.

We also strive to improve the Smyrna area through business sponsored projects, and to work in harmony with government at all levels in an effort to obtain benefits for the Smyrna community. The Smyrna Business Association is a non-partisan organization, and does not endorse any party or candidates.

Members of the SBA recieve a monthly newsletter, attend luncheon meetings the first Thursday of each month at the Smyrna Community Center, participate in community events and networking opportunities, have access to Credit Union for employers and employees, and promotion of their businesses within the community on the SBA web site and publications. A $50 annual fee is required.

The Smyrna Business Association holds monthly luncheons on the first Thursday of each month at the Smyrna Community Center at 200 Village Green Circle and also holds evening networking events called Alive-After-Five which are located throughout the Smyrna area at different venues.

Membership Information: SmyrnaBusiness.org/Membership

Website: www.smyrnabusiness.org

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