Annual Programs & Events

Annual Banquet

A fun filled evening for Chamber members and the community.  This annual awards banquet is held the last Thursday in January ever year and features dinner and an awards ceremony.

Business After Hours (monthly)

A great networking event held the fourth Thursday of each month and hosted by Chamber Member Businesses. Sign up to host one for your business by contacting us today.

Cleveland County Chamber Business Showcase

This event is held every year in Kings Mountain and features a trade show for businesses and a kickoff reception.

Legislative Breakfast

Join us as local state legislatures discuss the issues in Raleigh and trends and future updates.

Raleigh Trip

Join the Legislative Action Committee as they take the Chamber’s local and state legislative agendas to discuss and meet with representatives about Cleveland County.

State of the Community Breakfasts

The cities of Shelby and Kings Mountain host an annual breakfast where local elected officials discuss what’s going on in their respective areas of government and what to expect in the future.

Chamber Fall Planning Conference

Board Members and Community Members meet to go over the year’s achievements and plan the upcoming year’s activities and goals.

Congressional Luncheon

Cleveland County’s Congressman Patrick McHenry presents his views on the Chamber’s local and state agendas and answers questions from chamber and community members.

Taste of Cleveland County

The Cleveland County Chamber partners to bring the community the Taste of Cleveland County. Join us as local restaurants and caterers showcase their finest cuisine for your tasting pleasure. Your ticket will get you access to all food vendors and live music.

You don’t want to miss out on this great event and opportunity to experience what Cleveland County has to offer through delicious food samplings.

More Details coming soon!

Leadership Cleveland County

The Chamber started Leadership Cleveland County in 1989. Designed to develop informed, involved and concerned leaders within the community, Leadership Cleveland County gives participants the opportunity to study Cleveland County businesses and communities – its history, government, economy, human services and culture – and recognize challenges, opportunities and resources. The program gives both experienced and developing leaders a broader view of civic leadership responsibilities and opportunities through direct contact with a wide spectrum of institutions and people who shape the community where we live and work. More than 350 individuals have graduated from this popular program, and many now hold leadership roles through the Cleveland County Chamber, area organizations, businesses, local and state governments.

Click here to access online registration and for more information.

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