The Andrews, NC Chamber of Commerce
Our Mission Statement:
The Andrews Chamber of Commerce was organized to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Town of Andrews so that its business community shall benefit.
The Chamber works toward the betterment of the community and endeavors to improve the economic, civic, environmental, cultural, industrial, educational, agricultural, commercial, professional, recreational, and travel and tourism interest of the area.
Chamber Board of Directors
Gayle Horton – President (Ameriprise)
David Brown – Vice President (Cherokee Scout)
Dawn Ogilvie – Secretary (Scoops Creamery & Coffee Depot)
JC Christensen (Morning Star Fiber)
Do you have an event that you would like the Chamber to sponsor? Download the Sponsorship Request Form, fill it out, and return it to us for consideration.
Andrews, North Carolina – In the Heart of it All!Nestled in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains, is a wide scenic valley where the sun rises and sets over the tree-topped mountains, and the cool clear streams flow gently down the ridges. Andrews, North Carolina is a small town virtually untouched by large city influences and remains a place to enjoy a more leisurely pace of life.
Come by and sit a spell and imagine yourself rafting, hiking, fishing, or biking. Take a ride on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad or gear up for the annual WNC Wagon Train. Stroll down Main Street and shop for antiques, clothing, furniture and unique gifts. You may decide to go bike riding in the Nantahala Forest or whitewater rafting down the Nantahala River. Numerous hiking trails will satisfy your need to view the vistas, from easy to the most difficult. The fishing is great whether you decide to fish one of our rivers, or on one of our lakes. Ride your motorcycle on the Tail of the Dragon a short distant away. We will show you a good time!
This is the place to lay back, kick off your shoes, wade in the creeks, jump in the river, sing, dance, and enjoy the hospitality of the mountain people. Andrews, NC…the little town in the heart of it all.