I69 Section Six UPDATE: Johnson County at Heart of Final Leg
Work on the final leg of the I-69 project – Section 6, running from Martinsville to I-465 – is now underway. While the final completion date of 2024 may seem far off, land acquisition and design work are well underway along the 26-mile route.
Friends or family moving to the Greenwood area? Contact the Chamber for Quality of Life handouts, maps, brochures, real estate packets, and anything else they'd need for a smooth transition!
Business After Hours
Thursday, Mar. 14th
@ 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Big Woods Franklin
The Greater Greenwood Chamber creates a supportive environment by providing members with engagement opportunities and resources designed to share ideas and exchange best practices.
Our Business After Hours event is a unique networking opportunity that benefits you and your company through added contacts and resources. Chamber Staff, Board of Directors and Ambassadors are on-hand to help make introductions to business leaders. Join us to develop strong business relationships in a relaxed environment by joining other professionals after hours.
Don’t forget your business cards!
Financial Center First Credit Union Offers Free Financial Literacy Classes at Greenwood Branch
Financial Center First Credit Union is now offering free financial education classes at its Greenwood Branch in its newly-owned Education Center. Classes include a variety of topics like credit building, budgeting, investment planning, and more.
FORUM Credit Union Announces 2018 Member Giveback and Savings Winners
FORUM Credit Union is pleased to share it returned more than $2 million back to members in 2018. As a financial cooperative, FORUM is committed to giving back to its members in a variety of ways, including savings and prize-based rewards
Your real estate transactions are important to you, so ensuring you the best possible experience is important to us. We are committed to a high standard in accuracy, assuring that property transfer is expeditious and secure.
In recognition of women’s history month, the Chamber will be celebrating women who made an impact in the Johnson County community.
Agnes Crowe, 1901 - 1996
Encouraged by the Johnson County Department of Welfare, Church Women United of Johnson County worked to establish a charity-oriented thrift shop. The group located a building on Johnson Avenue in Franklin and opened the Lord’s Cupboard on December 7, 1971.