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Johnsonville, South Carolina

Johnsonville Area Chamber of Commerce


Area of chamaber logoMISSION STATEMENT: 
The Johnsonville Area Chamber of Commerce (JACC) is committed to working together to nurture a healthy business environment, cultural advancement, civic participation, and social harmony. VISION: JACC encourages business partners and private citizens to serve as good stewards for the area by working together toward positive future growth while maintaining the traditions and personality of the community.


Established in June of 2016, JACC unites the members of the Johnsonville business community. The membership is made up of representatives from local industry, retail businesses, restaurants, financial institutions, schools, medical facilities and individuals with a common goal of improving the business climate in the area.

In addition to regular meetings during the year, JACC sponsors a number of special events like the annual Trunk or Treat, a City-Wide Yard Sale each spring and a lamppost decorating contest in the fall.

The non-profit organization also names a local entity as “Business of the Month.”

For membership information, contact David Mace at 843-625-1667 or dmace@cityofjohnsonville.com. 

Link to Membership Roster
Link to Membership Application

On Tuesday July 7th, WasteZero will be accepting applications at our facility at 129 Ron Joy Rd. Hemingway, SC from 8am until 11am. WasteZero is always looking for talented and highly motivated individuals to add to our team. Currently, we are seeking individuals to fill Material Handler/Shuttle truck driver positions. Qualified applicates should have:

  • Valid SC Driver’s License
  • 3-year clean driving record
  • Pass a drug test
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Follow all safety and quality requirements

WasteZero offers:

  • Affordable Group medical and dental benefits
  • Two weeks paid vacation annually
  • Competitive pay
  • Year-round employment

If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, we look forward to meeting you on Tuesday.


Scenes from Lydia's food distribution on Friday, May 8
Image of volunteers preparing boxes of food for distribution.
Image of volunteers organizing canned goods.
Image of volunteers distributing boxes of food to lined up cars.

Annual Meeting of the Membership
Image of Chamber of Commerce board members.

All officers were re-elected for a second term in 2020.  Robin Tyler was elected for a 3-year term as a Director while Allan Wall and Monica Richardson will continue to serve as directors.  Pictured are: Allan Wall of Wall Drugs, Director; Tannesha Clements of Health Care Partners of S.C., Vice President; Shannon Prosser of Prosser Law Firm, Treasurer; Robin Tyler of Nutech Auto Body and Design, Director; Barbara Black of Lydia’s House of Hope, President; and Warren Newcomb of Vox Memorial United Methodist Church, Secretary.  Not Pictured were Immediate Past President Shannon Tippett and Director Monica Richardson.

Image of Nichole Echols speaking to Chamber of Commerce members.
The program speaker was Nicole Echols, Pee Dee Branch Executive Director of the Harvest Hope Food Bank.

Image of Barbara Black speaking the Chamber members.
President Barbara Black welcomes JACC members and guests to the Annual Meeting.

Lamppost Decorating Contest Winners:
Image of a decorated lamppost depicting a mother reading a book to a child on her lap.
First Place: Johnsonville Public Library
Image of a lamppost decorated with fall leaves, pumpkins and miniature scarecrows.
Second Place: Johnsonville Church of  God
Image of a bright yellow pumpkin with a cowboy hat and a sign saying "Happy Fall Y'all"
Third Place: Johnsonville Elementary School Sparks
Image of a lamppost decorated with a skeleton with a tophat and cain beside a bail of hay, pumpkins and mums.
Honorable Mention: Carolina Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.