Berrien County, Georgia.
Named after John Macpherson Berrien, a Savannah lawyer who later served as United States Attorney General under President Andrew Jackson, Berrien County was incorporated in 1856 as Georgia’s 116th county. The City of Nashville serves at Berrien County’s business center. Offering an excellent school system, access to healthcare, as well as numerous recreational, shopping and dining options, Berrien County is an outstanding place to work, live and play.
The mission of the Berrien County Chamber of Commerce is to enhance the economic environment for its business, agriculture, and professional members through advocacy and promotion, while striving to enhance the quality of life for all citizens.
You have an open invitation to visit Berrien County whether to shop, dine, or to soak up our southern hospitality.