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Some speed networking and a gala dinner behind it, a gay business group got back to its roots on Friday – cocktailing and conversing in a comfortable space.
So, the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce took its Fourth Friday to downtown Atlanta for some Pan-Asian cuisine courtesy Pacific Rim Bistro. The evening was sponsored by Carma Productions, the Atlanta-based, gay-owned company that recently introduced its Gayborhood app.
The gay chamber celebrated with its signature event last month – the Community Awards Gala that drew hundreds of people and honored several for their LGBT business sense and activism.
On the previous night, AGLCC joined with the Atlanta Executive Network and Out & Equal Atlanta to host the popular Fall Fling Speed Networking.
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