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Cherokee Chamber of Commerce

Cherokee Chamber
of Commerce

PO Box 1838
Cherokee, NC 28719

Amy Watkins Parker
Executive Director

Tunie Braun
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Cherokee Historical Association

564 Tsali Blvd
Cherokee, NC 28719
Phone 828-497-2111

Cherokee Preservation Foundation

Contact: Deb Mintz
71 John Crowe Hill Rd.
Cherokee, NC 28719
Phone 828-497-5550
Cherokee Preservation Foundation's purpose is to improve the quality of life of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and strengthen the Western North Carolina region. We help preserve Cherokee culture, create jobs and other economic development opportunities, and renew the environment in the Qualla Boundary and the neighboring seven counties. CPFdn was established in 2000 as part of the Second Amendment to the Tribal-State Compact between the EBCI and the State of North Carolina.

Smoky Mountain Host of North Carolina

Contact: David Huskins
4437 Georgia Rd
Franklin, NC 28734
Toll Free 800-432-4678
Smoky Mountain Host of North Carolina is a regional, destination marketing organization representing over 300 travel attractions and businesses in the North Carolina Smokies. Located just west of Asheville, the region boasts such national treasurers as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Cherohala Skyway, the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests, the Nantahala River Gorge and the Cherokee, home of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians.


Cherokee Chamber
of Commerce

The Cherokee Chamber of Commerce and its members serve as the united voice of the business community in Cherokee, North Carolina. The Chamber is a non-profit organization that brings together businesses, professionals, organizations and educational institutions that are dedicated to promoting a healthy business community in and around the town of Cherokee. Community involvement makes Cherokee and the surrounding area a more pleasant and profitable place to manage and achieve a successful business. Together we can accomplish what no one individual can do alone.

The Chamber collaborates with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians on programs related to promotion and economic development, helping the community market to a larger number of potential visitors to the area. With a focus on the Cherokee business community, the Chamber's programs are designed to complement Tribal programs.

If you're a business owner interested in joining or learning more about the Cherokee NC Chamber of Commerce, our downloadable membership kit includes member benefits, dues, membership application and internet listing form. Or contact:

Amy Watkins Parker (L)
Executive Director

Tunie Braun (R)
Information/Member Services