Our Partners

2018logo-chamber-250If you are thinking of relocating or opening a business in Nassau County FL, the best way to join our thriving business community is by becoming a member of the Nassau County Chamber of Commerce, the area’s largest business organization.

When people know a business is a member of its local Chamber of Commerce, they are 80% more likely to buy from the business in future, making membership one of the best investments you can make in your success.

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49232_ameliaislandlogoCreated by the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners in 1988, the Amelia Island Tourist Development Council (AITDC) oversees the development and marketing of Amelia Island as a world-class tourism destination. As provided by Florida law, the AITDC is responsible for the expenditure of revenues received from the levy and imposition of the tourism development tax.

The goals of the AITDC are to generate visitation to Amelia Island and its attractions/special events, thereby increasing tax revenues, including sales taxes and those imposed on the hospitality industry. In turn, those tax revenues may be used to improve the quality of life for the citizens of the community, provide support for beach renourishment, and ensure a viable hospitality industry.

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city-fernandina-logo2If you measured history per square mile, and graded it by the beauty of the natural backdrop, Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach might be able to claim the most spectacular heritage in Florida. Eight national flags have flown over this magnificently beached and forested spit of land, the most southern of the sea islands that trail down the Carolina and Georgia coasts. Wide beaches on the east frame the Atlantic Ocean, where shrimp boats prowl among the whitecaps, whales calve in the fall and sea turtles nest in the summer. The Amelia River and a long sweep of salt marshes, looking a bit like dislocated western prairies, act as a moat against the mainland west. Forested dunes anchor the middle, offering haven to birdlife.

Fernandina Beach is the birthplace of the modern shrimping industry – shrimp boats depart the docks most days. The 50 block historic district with classic Victorian architecture make a stroll through the city a delight. The oldest saloon in Florida can be found on Centre Street.

Fort Clinch, built before the Civil War, is open daily and is perfect for a bicycle ride down tree-lined roads, catching the view of a nuclear submarine nosing through the sound, just relaxing on the beach or fishing from the shore or pier.

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distrxWhether you’re a regular customer or first time visitor – in today’s mobile society, distrx provides businesses a way to welcome you with a Bluetooth beacon handshake and greeting in the form of special offers and promotions. Search for districts and participating businesses, and browse promotions before you go, then use location-based services to receive promotions and offers automatically as you are greeted by each business.

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Historic-Fernandina-Business-AssociationThe Historic Fernandina Business Association is about promoting and supporting events and HFBA members/businesses in the downtown area of Fernandina Beach, Florida, located on Amelia Island.

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