SNELLVILLE COMMERCE CLUB

The Snellville Commerce Club was established in 1984. Our monthly meetings regularly include professionals and merchants from the Snellville area. We are seeking new members who would like to benefit their businesses by becoming part of a community-based organization.

In 2011, the Commerce Club became the official business marketing organization of Snellville Tourism & Trade, the city’s Destination Marketing Organization.

Objectives

Our purpose is to establish and promote programs that strengthen the ties among members, their respective businesses, and the community. The Snellville Commerce Club has been successful in supporting its membership through informed speakers and social gatherings in pursuit of excellence in business and civic education. The Snellville Commerce Club is involved in philanthropy with non-profit organizations to improve the area where we work and live.

Commerce Club Luncheon

Our luncheon meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month from 12:00 – 1:00 pm, locations TBD monthly. We have a speaker from the community at each meeting. For information on our next  SPEAKER, CLICK HERE. Registration is required, REGISTER BELOW.

Guests may attend one regular monthly meeting at no charge. Any meeting thereafter is $15. Members of Snellville Tourism & Trade at the Classic level or higher receive one free seat at each meeting. To become a STAT member CLICK HERE.

This Months Speaker

Greg Perry

City of Snellville Chief of Police

Chief Perry has been a resident of Gwinnett County since 1980. He is a graduate of Brookwood High School and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice after attending Kennesaw State and Reinhardt University. Chief Perry began his work in public safety in 1996 at Stone Mountain Park, Department of Public Safety, and joined the Snellville Police Department in 2002. While at Snellville Police Department, Chief Perry worked in all aspects of the Uniform Patrol Division and Investigations. He was promoted to Captain for the Patrol Division in 2012 and promoted to Assistant Chief of Police in 2016.

He has been named Gwinnett County Chamber of Commerce Public Safety Officer of the Year, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce Gold Medal of Valor winner, VFW Public Safety Officer of the Year, National Street Level Interdiction Officer of the Year, National Criminal Enforcement Association, National Largest Street Level Cocaine Seizure, NCEA, and National Largest Street Level Methamphetamine Seizure.

He is currently a member of the E911 Committee for Gwinnett County as well as the Gwinnett Chief’s Association Scholarship Committee.

Commerce Club Luncheon

Register Now!

August 3rd, 2021 at NOON

Location: Snellville City Hall
2342 Oak Rd SW, Snellville, Georgia

Non-member cost $15