Senator David Perdue Addresses Georgia Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce
ATLANTA, GA – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) joined the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to discuss Georgia’s business-friendly environment, economic growth, and historic job numbers.
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(Left to right: 2019 Georgia Chamber Chairman Sonny Deriso, Senator Perdue, Georgia Hispanic Chamber President Santiago Marquez, and Georgia Chamber President Chris Clark)
“Georgia has been named the best state in the country in which to do business for six consecutive years, and there’s no doubt our chambers play a major role in that success,” said Senator Perdue. “Groups like the Georgia Hispanic Chamber are instrumental to building a more diverse and qualified workforce in our local communities. By working together, we can create more economic opportunities and continue attracting the country’s most successful companies to the state.”
“Senator David Perdue has continuously shown his unwavering support towards Georgia’s evolving economy and entrepreneurial start-ups,” said Chris Clark, President and CEO of the Georgia Chamber. “The Georgia Chamber is proud to partner with Senator Perdue and the Georgia Hispanic Chamber to expand job creation for business leaders and economic prosperity.”
“The Georgia Hispanic Chamber supports leadership advocacy for Georgia’s businesses,” said Santiago Marquez, President and CEO of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber. “Today, we joined Senator David Perdue and the Georgia Chamber to discuss pro-leadership growth and small business development. We look forward to the continued promotion for Georgia and its economic development.”
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