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Gwinnett Chamber announces Virtual/Hybrid Event Production Consultation Services
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Gwinnett Chamber announces Virtual/Hybrid Event Production Consultation Services

Is your organization considering holding a virtual or hybrid (simultaneously live and virtual) event? The Gwinnett Chamber can help. The Gwinnett Chamber has led the way during the COVID-19 pandemic in holding successful, high-quality virtual events. For the most part, our events have been hybrid—live attendees/speakers as well as online attendees/speakers at the same event....

Gwinnett Chamber applauds passage of Paycheck Protection Program Extension Act
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Gwinnett Chamber applauds passage of Paycheck Protection Program Extension Act

On Tuesday, March 30, President Joe Biden signed H.R. 1799, PPP Extension Act of 2021, into law. Last week, the U.S. Senate passed H.R. 1799 by a 92-7 vote. The U.S. House passed the bill earlier 415-3. The Paycheck Protection Program, a federal loan program helping small businesses stay open during the pandemic, was scheduled...

Georgia Legislative Session Update – March 25
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Georgia Legislative Session Update – March 25

Thursday, March 25 completed Legislative Day 38 of 40 for the General Assembly. The legislature will reconvene for the last two days next week with Legislative Day 40, Sine Die, scheduled for Wednesday. We highlight some of the key legislative developments the chamber is tracking: Economic Development/Business Climate HB 112, Introduced by Rep. Trey Kelley...

Gwinnett Chamber issues statement on Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks’ service to Gwinnett County
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Gwinnett Chamber issues statement on Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks’ service to Gwinnett County

Gwinnett Chamber Chairman Doug Jenkins and President & CEO Nick Masino issued the following statement regarding Gwinnett County Public Schools Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks’ service and commitment to Gwinnett County:   “The Gwinnett Chamber is thankful to Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks’ for his many years of dedication to the success of our Gwinnett County school system and the children it serves.   Our exceptional...

Georgia Legislative Session Update – Mar 19
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Georgia Legislative Session Update – Mar 19

Thursday, March 18 completed Legislative Day 35 for the General Assembly, leaving 4 legislative days before Sine Die. The legislature will reconvene for Legislative Days 36-38 next week. We highlight some of the key legislative developments the Gwinnett Chamber is tracking: Economic Development/Business Climate HB 112, Introduced by Rep. Trey Kelley (R-Cedartown), passed the House...

Assisting Hands Duluth opens in Lawrenceville
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Assisting Hands Duluth opens in Lawrenceville

Assisting Hands Duluth provides quality home care that enriches the lives of our clients by helping them remain at home through non-medical companionship and personal care services. Caregivers facilitate the maintenance of quality of life for those in need of non-medical assistance. We are located at 1635 Lakes Pkwy, Ste N, Lawrenceville. For more information,...

Georgia Legislative Session Update – Mar 12
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Georgia Legislative Session Update – Mar 12

Thursday, March 11 completed Legislative Day 31 for the General Assembly, leaving 9 legislative days. Crossover Day, Legislative Day 28, was Monday, March 8. The legislature will convene for Legislative Days 32-35 next week. We highlight some of the key legislative developments the Gwinnett Chamber is tracking: Economic Development/Business Climate HB 112, Introduced by Rep....

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