Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
51 Court St. - P. O. Box 31
Cuthbert, GA   39840
PHONE:  855-782-6312
FAX:  229-469-5211

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Rebecca White
Executive Director

        Clara Hammock 
Administrative Assistant
Hoyt Langford, -Chair
Don Hutchinson - Vice Chair
Kuanita Murphy, Secretary
Cindi Moore, Treasurer

Board Members
Ken Polk- Diverse Power
Kuanita Murphy - Family Connections
Cindi Moore - First State Bank
David Sullivan - Cuthbert Mini Storage
Don Hutchinson- Ga Power Company
Hoyt Langford - Georgia Feed Products
Dr. Linda Buchanan - Andrew College
Decker Hixon - Semi-Retired
Jim Crittenden - ARBORGEN/Supertree

Chamber Staff

Chamber Supported/Sponsored Activities/Projects

  • Randolph Ramblings
  • Randolph Reads Ferst
  • Adopt a Stream
  • Leadership-Randolph - Adults and Youth
  • Randolph Crossroads Golf Tournament
  • Hwy 82 Spring Clean Yard Sale
  • Randolph Crossroads Festival 
  • Keep Randolph Beautiful
  • Randolph County Courthouse Committee
Member of:

  • Plantation Trace Tourism Association
  • SWGA Chamber Council
  • GA  Assoc. of Chamber of Commerce Executives
  • Hwy 27 Association- County Commissioners
  • Georgia Chamber of Commerce
  • River Valley Regional Commission Board
  • Pataula Transit Authority
  • Council of Governments
  • Regional Development Authority
  • Regional Technology Authority
  • SWGA 5
  • Historic Chattahoochee Commission
  • Randolph County Family Connection

“I am proud to say for two years in-a-row, the Georgia Chamber has been named Chamber of the Year by two organizations,” said Georgia Chamber President & CEO, Chris Clark. “We are incredibly honored to receive this award and join a list of past recipients who have worked diligently to improve the quality of life and business climate statewide. Our success would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our Board Members, executive leadership, partners, committees, and staff who have been instrumental in our efforts to strengthen our organization and represent the state of Georgia as its longest-serving business advocate."
The purpose of the annual State Chamber of the Year award is to bring attention to innovative initiatives and best practices that advance a state chamber's mission and work and to provide deserved recognition to state chambers and their leaders who have distinguished themselves by providing exceptional services and results for their members.
As the state’s largest business organization, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce represents investors throughout the state with a diverse cross-section of over 500 industry sectors. Membership includes both small storefronts and large corporations-no matter the size or type of business. The Georgia Chamber provides proactive policy, aggressive advocacy and meaningful investor services that impact business. Their number one mission is keeping, growing and creating jobs to make Georgia a better state for business and work to ensure economic competitiveness, innovative solutions to challenges that state faces, and a commitment to high quality of life. The Georgia Chamber serves as a partner for local chambers across the state. click here to add text.