Blythewood Chamber News


August 22nd, Downtown Blythewood Merchants Association Meeting

August 6, 2018

At this meeting, the Town of Blythewood’s administrator, Brian Cook, will present and discuss important items that downtown merchants should be aware of:


Blythewood Book Club Selection Available at Visitors Center Gift Shop

July 30, 2018

If you are still looking for a good summer read, you might want to know about the Blythewood Book Club’s latest selection: Murder in Madden by Reagan Teller.


Blythewood Film Maker Ray Smith Discusses New Film at State Museum

July 30, 2018

On July 27th, documentary filmmaker Ray Smith, a Blythewood Chamber member, told the story of “The Lost 74: The Story of the USS Frank E. Evans”, his newest film, in a free program at the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum in Columbia.


Big Grab Joint Press Release from the Town of Blythewood and Blythewood Chamber/Visitors Center

July 27, 2018

(Blythewood, SC: July 26, 2018)  In a spirit of cooperation and fiscal responsibility, the Blythewood Chamber and the Town of Blythewood have reached an agreement to jointly support the Blythewood section of the 50-mile yard sale known as The Big Grab.


A Letter from Our Treasurer

July 24, 2018

As the treasurer for The Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce, I have full confidence in the chamber financial records. For almost a year, I have observed both Mike Switzer and Kitty Kelly devote unlimited energy to attain, not just maintain an organization that truly benefits its members.


Upcoming Events


Blythewood After Five-August 21st, 2018: Sweet Pea’s Ice Cream Parlor

Please come and join us for our next Blythewood After Five on August 21st, at Sweet Pea’s Ice Cream Parlor. 412 McNulty St., Blythewood. Yummy, old fashioned, 24 delicious flavors of scoop ice cream, locally owned and operated.


August 22nd, Downtown Blythewood Merchants Association Meeting

At this meeting, the Town of Blythewood’s administrator, Brian Cook, will present and discuss important items that downtown merchants should be aware of: