2018 Vendor List

22 Shapes

A Step Ahead Chattanooga



Alexian PACE

Allstate Insurance – Esther Suggs

Allstate Insurance – Derron Watson

Amani ya Juu

American Job Center

Annalyn Ang Jones Distribution

Aprons4U and MORE


BBQ Rowe

Beautiful Belly Canvas

Belhaven University

Bella Marie

Bellhops Inc.

Bessie Smith Cultural Center

Blue Ivy Flowers

Bold Beauty by Tahnika

Bruster’s Ice Cream

CanBella Jas

Calamansi Cafe

Calderin & Olivia, P.A.

Career Construction


Catching Fire Designs

Cathy Hathaway

Chambers Welding & Fabrication

Chattanooga CARES

Chattanooga Cigar Club

Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise

Chattanooga News Chronicle 

Chattanooga State Community College

Chatterbox BBQ

City of Chattanooga Water Quality Program

Clarity Women's Counseling 

Collins Collections Jewelry

Communication VIP 

Community Options Inc.

Cousin’s Mobile Boutique

CPR LifeWrap

Craft Love DIY Workshop

Creativity by Margaret M. Hodges


Eastgate Town Center

Elea Blake Cosmetics

Enchanted Events


Erlanger Community Health Center, Dodson Ave. Location

Erlanger Community Health Center, South Chattanooga Location


Fashion 4 HBCU

Father to the Fatherless

First Tennessee



Genesis Gift Shop

Global Personnel Services

Glory Rest

GMS Transportation

Go! Gyro! Go!

Grass Roots Health

HB Studios

Hefferlin & Kronenberg Architects PLLC

Hitchcock Family Medicine

HomeServe USA

Idlewild Graces

InfoSystems, Inc.

Jane of Trades Upscale Resale Shop

La Paz Chattanooga

League of Women Voters of Chattanooga


Lillie’s Hospitality

Linzi Wann Jewelry

LSMB Business Solutions LLC

Lucent Gift


Mad Priest Coffee Roasters

Maximos Naturals LLC

Mbabazi House of Style


Neta’s Natural Hair and Body Care, Inc.

Onyx Personnel

Paparazzi Jewelry and Accessories

People First LLC 

Perfect Portions by Cheri


Project Success

R&I Designs

Radius Mountain Creek Apartments

Raisin Textiles 

REI - Recreational Equipment

Richmont Graduate University

Scenic City Mobile Detailing

Scenic City T's

SCORE Chattanooga Chapter 211

Second Life Tennessee


Sleep Number - Hamilton Place

Something Sweet LLC

Star Line Books

Success Series Store

Superior Product Solutions

Susan M. Freeman Enterprise

Sweet Tea Clothing Studio

Target Marketing Media LLC

Tennessee Small Business Development Center

Tennessee Valley Authority - Supplier Diversity

Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union

Tennessee Valley Pride

Terry's DJ Services

The Chattery

The Closet Experience 

The STEAM Train

Total Fitness Kickboxing 

Total Insurance Solutions

Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

U.S. Small Business Administration

UT Procurement Technical Assistance Center

Venture Forward / United Way of Greater Chattanooga

Versatile Salts


Wolfpack Press

Women Repair Zone


Something for everyone!

From shopping to business networking to local music and food, the DIVERSIFY Marketplace on June 29 celebrates what makes our region special.

The area’s most culturally diverse marketplace, our DIVERSIFY Marketplace showcases small, multigenerational, culturally diverse, innovative and creative businesses, as well as the nonprofits that support our communities.

It’s the perfect place for vendors to sell merchandise and market their services to area residents and visitors. It’s also a great venue to shop for unique gifts, discover new businesses, promote upcoming events, and strike up conversations with downtown workers, startups, innovators and entrepreneurs.

Admission to the marketplace is free, and the public is invited to shop and support our diverse businesses.

Booth prices:

Vendor Tabletops (1 table): $100
Vendor Tabletops (2 tables in L shape): $150
Booths (3 tables in U shape): $200
Food truck space: $200

To reserve your booth, contact either:
Austin Corcoran at acorcoran@chattanoogachamber.com  or 423.763.4375
Cameron Lusk at clusk@chattanoogachamber.com or 423.763.4322

Our annual DIVERSIFY Luncheon features a keynote speaker and highlights diversity, equity and inclusion strategies for local businesses.

This year's speaker Jason Wingard, Dean and Professor of the Columbia University School of Professional Studies, will speak on managing talent across generations, fostering global collaboration and developing diverse talent pipelines. Wingard's expertise ranges from leadership development and professional learning to human capital management.

Early Bird Tickets, available until June 11, are $45 per Chamber member, $55 for non-members and $650 for corporate tables.

Tickets after June 11 are $55 for members, $65 for non-members. Deadline to purchase luncheon tickets is June 20.

Purchase tickets here.

Chattanooga Convention Center
1150 Carter St., Chattanooga, TN 37402
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.