Georgia Chamber President and CEO Chris Clark has made rural Georgia a major part of the organization’s agenda in recent years, and nowhere is that better highlighted than in the annual Rural Prosperity Summit in Tifton.

With a focus on rural development and prosperity, the event brings business and political leaders from around the state together to discuss the needs of rural Georgians, from healthcare to education to broadband internet.  This year both of the state’s candidates for governor, along with many others running in the midterm elections, were on hand to speak about their plans for the rural reaches of the state.

See Clark discuss the summit on Metro Atlanta CEO HERE


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