Gay chamber networks with two-day event

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The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce started its biggest-ever 4th Friday networking event on Thursday in a refashioned hotel on West Peachtree Street in Midtown.

The Granada Suites Hotel, which is being renovated and remade in anticipation of its reflagging as the Artmore Hotel later this year, hosted the event in its lobby bar. AGLCC members noshed on drinks and light snacks before walking to the High Museum to view China’s Terracotta Army. On Friday, the two-day event continued at Table 1280 at the High, settling into the gay chamber’s more traditional take on its 4th Friday events.

Next up for AGLCC: A new member orientation and Business Builder Luncheons, both set for April 16.

View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the event.

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