SNELLVILLE COMMERCE CLUB

2022 Keystone Sponsors

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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.

June Speaker

Schelly Marlatt, Executive Director

Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful
 

A lifelong resident of Gwinnett, Schelly is passionate about people and community, crediting her parents for instilling the values of engagement, service, and paying it forward. She believes the phrase “it takes a village” rings true as it takes many people with different qualities, skills, and values from all walks of life to make a community great.

Her deeply rooted commitment to the community has led her to serve Gwinnett County Government since 2010 and assume the role of Executive Director of Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful in 2016. At the helm of GC&B, Schelly is dedicated to providing a safe and sustainable community – free of litter, graffiti, and blight – to attract an up-and-coming generation of people, businesses, and organizations to Gwinnett County. She strives to engage her neighbors to do the same and wants people to be proud of where they live, work, and play.

This two-time breast cancer survivor and lover of all things Auburn is proud to be a single mom to two amazing boys. When not hard at work in GC&B’s offices, at a local school, or out in the community networking, collaborating, building new partnerships, or facilitating a cleanup or recycling event, Schelly can be found in the congregation at Gwinnett Church at Hamilton Mill, in the stands watching her boys play sports (a LOT of sports – including baseball, tennis, and track/field) or creating a culinary masterpiece in the kitchen of her Dacula home. She is a firm believer in the power of red wine and chocolate to solve most problems.

Schelly served as community outreach and human resources manager of Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful from 2007 to 2009. She joined Gwinnett County’s Solid Waste Management Division in 2010 focused on marketing, education, public forums, and community outreach. Promoted to section manager in 2014, Schelly managed daily operations of the division and call center, the residential and commercial solid waste plans, recycling programs, and contracts.

This proud Black Knight once attended Central Gwinnett High School, then became an Auburn University, LEAD Academy, and Leadership Gwinnett graduate who uses more than 20 years of experience in networking and building relationships to inspire others to accomplish incredible things.

Schelly lives in Dacula with her two sons.

Commerce Club Luncheon

Register Now!

June 7th, 2022 at NOON

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

Non-member cost $15

Luncheon Registration