Be it small, medium, or larger sized businesses, a community's growth can be measured by the economic growth provided by these entities. Ranging from services rendered to employment and other growth opportunities, entrepreneurship is a key component regarding sustainability and other related measures.
Serving the South Fulton County area (Hapeville, Fairburn, Palmetto, and Union City), the focus of the event is to provide area businesses the opportunity to engage with the South Fulton community and providing a platform for them to share and exchange the services they provide. The event is free and open to the public, and there are still slots available for businesses to serve as vendors for the event. For further details, interested parties and patrons are encouraged to visit the chapter's event information/page.
As an extension of its Economic Security Initiative, the chapter is doing its part to encourage business growth and development its immediate and surrounding service area. Combined with their community-centered programming which are extensions of their national platforms of Emerging Young Leadership (EYL), health, global poverty, social justice and human rights, and internal leadership (training) for external service, since its chartering in 2001, the chapter has been a steady influence in community outreach and service.
This Friday is not only a "pink" day, but one to support community and economic growth.