The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce channeled a bit of an old-fashioned tent revival on Friday.
The gay business group held its 4th Friday event under a white tent adjacent to the deck at Cowtippers in Midtown. The evening at the casual steakhouse—a gay favorite since 1993—was part of the slate of events during Stonewall Week and offered participants a chance at networking with cocktails.
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the event.
Up next for the AGLCC: Four Business Builder Luncheons in July.
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