JAMES Magazine and the Hospitality Business Network Foundation (HBN) are partnering to honor Georgia’s military veterans and wounded warriors with a series of events kicking off next month, as well as to offer a special advertising opportunity!

The celebration begins with the Patriots Party reception on Sunday evening, November 5th at the Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel and Conference Center with invited special guest Georgia State Insurance Commissioner and former Major General of the Georgia National Guard, John King, along with other state and local officials.

It continues the next day, Monday, November 6th with the 31st Annual Turkey Trot Veterans Invitational Golf Tournament at the City Club Marietta.  The Wounded Warrior teams from the Shepherd Center SHARE program and Navy Safe Harbor Foundation will once again compete for the coveted Veterans Invitational Challenge Cup. All HBN members and non-members are invited to participate!

The November/December issue of JAMES will honor our military veterans from Georgia as well as HBN Foundation activities in support of our wounded warrior veterans at the Shepherd Center SHARE Military Initiative and Navy Safe Harbor Foundation.

And don’t miss this special offer from JAMES Magazine:      
Current HBN members, corporate sponsors or business partners will receive a 15% discount on advertising in the upcoming veterans feature in the November/December issue of JAMES Magazine.

Prospective HBN members also have an opportunity to participate in the “Fall Classic” at special sponsorship levels for the Patriots Party and 31st Annual Turkey Trot Veterans Invitational Golf Tournament including advertising in the November/December edition of JAMES Magazine.

If you are interested, don’t delay!  Advertising deadline in the JAMES November/December issue is October 11th.  

Contact:  Melanie Dobbins, JAMES Magazine, 770 316-8855 (m)  678 460-5410 (w) mdobbins@insideradvantage.com or W. B. Baldwin, HBN Foundation, 404 538-6326 (m) or wb@hbnfoundation.org

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