VIEW PHOTOS | AEN & AGLCC Fall Madness @ Jungle
The networking gurus of two LGBT business groups came together Thursday to practice their two-minute drill—not the gridiron kind, but the one that builds relationships of the business variety.
The Fall Madness event at Jungle, hosted by the Atlanta Executive Network and the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, helped members polish their skills in what’s turning out to be a popular and recurring event. More than 200 people took part in the March rendition of the event, and the session in March 2009 attracted about 175 people.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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