Become a Member of the Georgetown Business Association!


We encourage all individuals and businesses to join us in our efforts.

Your participation helps ensure future growth while directly benefiting your businesses and community.

An annual membership for an individual is less than $1 a week; for a business, it is less than $2 a week.



To become a member:


Option A) You can select your membership type from the dropdown menu below and 

1. Enter your desired Membership Name (as it will be displayed on our website

2. Click "Buy Now"

*** You will be taken to Paypal ***
*** You can login if you Paypal account ***

***** If you DO NOT have a Paypal account select the option at the bottom to Pay with Debit or Credit card *****

*** You do NOT need a Paypal account to pay online below ***

Option B) Simply fill out the membership application below and email it to us at GBASC29440@GMAIL.COM or you can
print an application and return it to the address provided on the application.

Individual/Non­Profit . . $50
Business . . . . . . . . .       $100


Payments can also be made easily through paypal:
(this method is also available after application submission)


Membership Form

(membership renews January each year)


Georgetown Business Association P.O. Box 973 Georgetown, South Carolina 29442 

Tax ID: 57­0776973 501 3 c

Please copy the following text into an email to: GBASC29440@GMAIL.COM and fill in your information.

Business Name or Individual: 

(As you would have it appear on all printed materials and on our website, describe at bottom of page.)

Contact Name:

Cell Phone:

Contact Email:

Mailing Address:

Street Address:

Business Phone:

Business Email:

Website / Facebook:

Business Category:

Arts/Antiques, Health and Beauty, Business Professional, Retail, Hardware, Automotive, Media, Furniture, Interior Designers, Restaurant, or please specify

Please include a description of your business as you would have it appear in advertising or on our website OR you may email your logo and info to

Volunteer positions or committee’s requested?