About the Robins Regional Chamber

Our VisionRobins Regional Chamber Headquarters on Watson Boulevard

We will be the Robins Region's organization of choice for business leadership, providing an effective voice for maintaining a world-class business environment and outstanding quality of life that such an environment provides. 

Our Mission

To promote the interests of business through advocacy, building partnerships and education.

Strategic Goals

  • Facilitate member prosperity
  • Advance the Robins Region
  • Leverage value as a defense community
  • Ensure the chamber’s future success

A Little Background!

The Chamber of Commerce idea is a concept found only where private initiative and free enterprise visit. The Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary institution in the United States eight years older than the Declaration of Independence. The New York State Chamber, first in America, was organized in 1768. The first local chamber of commerce was founded in Charleston, South Carolina in 1773.   In those 200 years, the chamber has grown from a single purpose Federation of Traders who organized to promote trade and cut costs by cooperation in certain operations -- to a broad business association which believes that when men and women in leadership positions work unselfishly on problems which they have in common, progress will result.
The Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce has its roots in the formation of the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce in 1949.  In the early 1960's, the name was changed to "Greater Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce." And again in 1981 to the "Warner Robins/North Houston County Chamber of Commerce.   In 1990 the chamber name was changed once again to the "Warner Robins Area Chamber of Commerce."




Accreditation Status

Fully Accredited by the U.S. Chamber of Commmerce

Service Area

Serving the family of cities and counties known as the Robins Region.

Non-Profit Status

501(c) 6

Governmental Funding

The Robins Regional Chamber is an independent organization and does not receive annual governmental grants or contractual funds for the operation of its programs. This makes us unique in Middle Georgia.  However, we are proud of our longstanding partnerships with government and we are proud that many local governments and governmental leaders are dues-paying members of our organization with equal status as our business members.

First Accredited




Members Participating in Committees or Task-Forces


Staff (full-time)


Independent Affiliates

1  (Robins Regional Educational Foundation)

Key Divisions & Committees

Business Development (including Aerospace Industry), Community Affairs, Educational Affairs, Governmental Affairs (including Military Affairs), Internal Affairs