Gay Atlanta’s young pros go ‘Out’ to network

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Gay Atlanta's young professionals gathered to network and cocktail as they helped launch a new initiative from the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce targeting people under 35.

The launch party for AGLCC's Out effort unfolded on the expansive deck of Henry's in Midtown on Thursday. And these young professionals were undaunted by a summer downpour to open the event.


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Thanks everyone for coming out to Henry's last night. We had an AMAZING turn out and we're excited about connecting,…

Posted by OUT on Friday, August 21, 2015


The new initiative hopes to host monthly networking events. Its second one is set for Sept. 24 at Creative Approach Atlanta.  


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