The Georgia Lottery Corporation’s success is measured by its impact on the state’s education system. That’s why Atlanta businesswoman Rayna Casey is to be saluted for her 15 years of yeoman service on the lottery’s oversight board. She recently stepped down as the longest-serving board member, and it must be underscored that she and her colleagues have named fine CEOs to run day-to-day operations and the board has effectively overseen the transfer of billions of dollars of lottery proceeds to the state treasury. Its Lottery for Education Account, of course, funds the popular HOPE college scholarship and pre-kindergarten programs. It’s due to the dedicated service of public servants like.Rayna Casey that has her boat, along with the lottery ship, RISING…
A recent study from Airbnb on the nation’s “top trending beer destinations” has ranked Atlanta as the fastest growing city for beer in the U.S. With more than 30 new breweries opening up over the past few years and another 30+ slated for 2018 and beyond, it is clear that the recent legislation relaxing regulations on local brewing companies has paid off. Now diving headfirst into the beer tourism pool, (vat?) Georgia’s beer industry is rapidly RISING…
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