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COVID-19 Community Updates from Your Chamber

Chattanooga Chamber

What’s the Chattanooga Chamber doing to support the business community in the wake of COVID-19?

We're serving as a lifeline for information for our members by communicating the accurate information you need – especially our small businesses. 

Tune In to Live Calls with Local Experts 

May 14, 2 p.m., The Paycheck Protection Program: Who Gets Audited? Why? And How to Protect Yourself. Details

Now that many businesses have taken advantage of PPP loans, some are worried that they may be audited and have to defend their “need” at the time of the loan. Stuart McCallum with HHM CPAs walks us through the legal implications of the PPP, how likely are you to be audited and what steps can you take now to defend yourself. Justin Groenert, the Chamber’s Vice President of Public Policy will also join us for a brief update on some of the rules regarding the PPP.

Register here

View past calls with Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke, the Tennessee Small Business Development Center, policy experts and others.


We converted our ChattanoogaChamber.com homepage to feature COVID-19 business resources, including:

We also post updates in the news section of our website and via our social media platforms.

All Chattanooga Chamber business events scheduled through April 30 are postponed, cancelled or switched to streaming or teleconference format. Find specific event updates here


Is there something else we can do to help? Let us know here.

For local health updates, visit the Hamilton County Health Department website. For up-to-date coronavirus info, residents and organizations can call the Health Department's hotline at 423.209.8383. Hours are 8a to 6p Monday to Friday, 10a to 3p Saturday and 10a to 2p Sunday. 

Find City of Chattanooga COVID-19 updates here.

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