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YCRC is the connection between your business and our diverse and growing community.
We provide RESOURCES, ADVOCACY, RELATIONSHIPS, and PROGRAMS to help you capitalize on our region's strengths.

As the largest chamber in our SC region, we work in partnership with nearly 800 businesses and organizations from
Fort Mill, Rock Hill, Tega Cay and York. We are CACCE accredited, and powered by a professional staff and a strong, diverse volunteer leadership team.


York County Manufacturer of the Year

February 10, 2023

We have a brand new award to present this year, sponsored by York County Economic Development. Elkem Silicones USA Corporation is our Manufacturer of the Year. Elkem’s manufacturing facility right here in York, produces silicone materials that meet the requirements of the MedTech and Pharma markets, ultimately helping to improve the lives of patients around…

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Citizenship & Service Award

February 8, 2023

Born, raised and educated right here in York County, Marc Howie has never met a stranger! His friendly nature, forward-thinking attitude, and genuine interest in responsible community development make him the absolute definition of good citizenship. Duke Energy will sponsor and present our Citizenship & Service Award to Marc Howie, Vice President of Community Development…

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Small Business Person of the Year

February 8, 2023

The Winthrop Region Small Business Development Center is sponsoring our Small Business Person of the Year Award and will join us next week to present the honor to Janene Britton of The Britton Flooring Co.  Since opening the business in 2016, Janene has grown her customer base to include clients in both Carolinas with 6…

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Legislative Update – Feb. 6, 2023

February 7, 2023

Back to Blog Chamber President & CEO Dean Faile is back with another update on the latest in Columbia.  This week, Dean discusses a school choice bill, legislation related to the extension of development permits, several minimum wage bills, and legislation regarding the expansion of the Catawba Indian Reservation. Read more here about specific bills…

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