Governor speaks to a packed house at the ‘Eggs and Issues’ breakfast

The Georgia Chamber’s annual Eggs and Issues breakfast on Wednesday, usually held on the second day of the legislative session but this year postponed for a day due to a certain football game, was both a pep rally for Georgia and also a preview of the session to come.

The Chamber unveiled its newest project – Authentic Georgia. It’s an initiative whose goal is to grow the brand awareness of goods, locations and businesses operating in Georgia. Perhaps similar to the Department of Agriculture’s “Georgia Grown” program, Authentic Georgia expands this goal beyond agriculture and into a number of industries and categories.

Their first round of stories about Georgia companies includes a craft beer maker, the Okefenokee Swamp Park, a Southern clothing company, a Savannah cookie maker started in the 1920’s and an Augusta golf cart manufacturer. More coverage of this to come over the next few weeks… 

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