What: 2019 State of the Region
When: Tuesday, March 12; 5-6:00 pm Cocktails & Networking; 6-8:00 pm Program
Where: The Snelling Center, 3165 Washington Rd. Suite D, Augusta, GA 30907
Why: It’s More Than Dinner…Learn How the ‘Farm- to-Table’ Movement and Agribusiness Drive Tourism, Economic Development, Health and Quality of Life
It’s More Than Dinner…Regional Leadership Groups Host 2019 State of the Region
In partnership with Leadership Augusta, Leaderships North Augusta, Aiken County, Burke, Jefferson County, Lincoln and McDuffie will host the 2019 State of the Region on Tuesday, March 12 at the Snelling Center. Doors open at 5:00 pm for cocktails and networking with the program beginning at 6:00 pm.
Regional leadership groups have joined together to celebrate and showcase Georgia’s agribusiness economy. The 2019 State of the Region is more than dinner. It’s an opportunity to learn how the how the ‘farm-to-table’ movement and agribusiness drive tourism, economic development, health and quality of life. Hear from keynote speaker Commissioner Gary Black, Georgia Department of Agriculture. Additional program guests include Sean Wight, Owner, Frog Hollow Restaurant; Bennish Brown, President/CEO, Augusta Convention & Visitors Bureau; Steven Richards, Agribusiness Extension Associate, Agribusiness Program Team, Beaufort County Cooperative Extension Office; and Kim Hines, Executive Director, Augusta Locally Grown. Come eat, learn, live what’s made in the CSRA!
Event registration is available via the Leadership Augusta website. Visit leadershipaugustaga.com for more information and ticket options. Additionally, vendor booth opportunities are available for those who wish to introduce their organization to one of the largest regional meetings of business, education and government representatives. For information on how to purchase vendor booth space, please visit leadershipaugustaga.com/2019-State-of-the-Region-Vendor-Booths.