Resources for Residents and Businesses in Davie County NC

“During this time and in light of lost major economic events, it is important for us to support our local businesses,” said Caroline Moser, president of the Davie County Chamber of Commerce. “Many restaurants, retailers, and service providers are open and taking precautions to ensure the health of their customers and employees. Now more than ever, they need us to shop local, dine local and think local.” 

To support both businesses and residents, the Chamber has created a page on its website dedicated to sharing updates about local business hours and service options all in one place! 

She encourages businesses to visit HERE and take the quick survey to have their updates included in the listing. 

Residents are invited to visit their website to view a list of restaurants and retailers that have already updated their information.

“Be sure to follow us on social media as we highlight Chamber businesses, the ways you can support them, and what is going on in our community.”

“We will use this difficult time to find innovative ways to be a resource for you and your business. This could include webinars, Facebook Live events and other creative ways to engage with you,” Moser said.  “The best thing we can do to combat this economic and health situation is to work together. I am confident that Davie County can navigate and overcome this challenging time.” 

 

About the Davie County Chamber of Commerce

For 50 years, the Davie County Chamber of Commerce has served the business community as the catalyst for business growth and economic development. We believe in working together to promote a strong and vibrant business community throughout all of Davie County. As the county-wide Chamber, we represent businesses from Cooleemee to Advance, Mocksville to Bermuda Run and all points in between. Our office is located at 135 S Salisbury Street in Mocksville where you will also find the Davie County Visitor Center and Davie County Economic Development Commission office. For more information on joining the Davie County Chamber, please call 336.751.3304 or visit us at www.daviechamber.com. 

During this time and in light of lost major economic events, it is important for us to support our local businesses,” said Caroline Moser, president of the Davie County Chamber of Commerce. “Many restaurants, retailers, and service providers are open and taking precautions to ensure the health of their customers and employees. Now more than ever, they need us to shop local, dine local and think local.