ATLANTA (PRWEB) October 15, 2019
Speak Georgia is a series of town hall-styled, kitchen-table talks conducted throughout the State of Georgia that are centered on dialogues about political topics that have led to some of the greatest social media debates and/or the pertinent topics of the county where the town-hall will be held. The objective of “Speak Georgia” is to provide a non-partisan environment where the community can obtain detailed information surrounding hot-button issues while getting their questions answered and concerns heard.
On Thursday, October 24th, 2019 Speak Georgia will host their next event in conjunction with the Executive Director of Georgians First Commission, Scott Hilton on bridging the gap between local Georgia business communities and the state government.
The purpose of this discussion is to give the community a glimpse into the role and responsibility of the Georgians First Commission and how the community can provide some insight. Hosts, Janelle and Kelvin King, along with Scott Hilton will facilitate a conversation on the relationship between small businesses and the government and how the commission can help make the relationship a successful one.
Gain insight into the relationship between small businesses and the state of Georgia and how the administration is working to make it easier for those businesses to grow. Register for Cutting the Red Tape: Small Business & the State that will be held on October 24th, 2019 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Light refreshments and beverages will be served.
About Speak Georgia
Speak Georgia is the brainchild of Janelle King, a political consultant, and Former Deputy State Director with the Georgia Republican Party (GAGOP) and Kelvin King, the owner of a successful construction firm, Osprey Management. The idea stemmed from the many conversations Janelle and Kelvin had while sitting around their own kitchen tables. In an effort to keep those conversations going while inviting more voices to the table, they decided to create Speak Georgia which would take the form of community town hall discussions. Hence, a non-partisan idea was born where community members are able to explore and speak on popular political topics affecting Georgia, its communities and the United States.