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Even business gays must unwind. So the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce toasted the season on Tuesday with its annual holiday party.
The celebration in a 25th floor event space at Hotel Melia in Midtown offered sweeping views of the city and a fun evening of holiday revelry. But business gays stayed true to their nature and did some networking, too.
The event proved a relaxing end to the AGLCC’s year. They needed it. The gay business group kicked off its year with a Community Expo, enjoyed some speed networking, and capped its calendar in August with the Community Awards Gala.
Last year, the gay chamber marked the holidays with a party at Hotel Palomar. Gay funny man Leslie Jordan joined the group in 2009 to add a little star power to their annual bash.
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