VIEW PHOTOS | 4th Friday Networking with Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
There’s certain to be a punchline when you mix gay attorneys with gay business people. We’ll leave that to Rosie O’Donnell. But when the two groups mixed on Friday, it was nothing but cocktails, conversation and good times.
The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce partnered with the Stonewall Bar Association for its 4th Friday Networking event last week. Several dozen people mingled at 103 West in Buckhead, a former restaurant turned event space. The evening progressed without threats of litigation or hostile takeovers.
Up next for AGLCC: The group partners with the Atlanta Executive Network on March 25 for March Madness. The annual crash course in networking begins at 6:30 p.m. at Jungle.
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