Open House Returns: The Chamber’s Can’t-Miss Holiday Event

Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to host its annual holiday party once again. Coined as the Chamber’s “party of the year,” the Holiday Outdoor Open House will take place in West Village Chattanooga on Dec. 15 from 3-7 p.m.

Sponsored by EPB, this event offers a festive atmosphere for networking with peers and connecting with the Chamber of Commerce.

“We are pleased to offer our Holiday Open House this year presented by EPB. The streets will be blocked and ready for our members to celebrate with music from our favorite Deejay Terry, a photo booth, hot chocolate, heaters, and a lot of great vendors showcasing their amazing food and drinks. Special thanks to those sponsoring this fun, high-energy event. We look forward to seeing your smiling face next week and watching our members connect,” says Kerry Beth Carico, Events Manager, Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce.

With vendors like  Mexiville, Tazikis, First Watch, Dunkin Donuts, Pink Berry, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Agave and Rye, Buddy’s Bar-B-Q and Antibes, West Eighth Street and Chestnut Street will be closed for participants to celebrate and support local businesses.

“We’re looking forward to having this event again! It has been so long since our Chamber staff, volunteers and members have been face-to-face. This event will be a great kickoff to the holidays and more in-person events in 2022,” says Melissa Martin, Membership Services Coordinator, Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce.

As one of eight signature Chamber events, the Holiday Open House offers a space for community members and businesses to connect. This event is free and open to the public.

Learn more about the Holiday Open House and RSVP, here.

Learn more about the Chamber’s upcoming events, here.

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