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Jan. 1 - Terry College's Economic Outlook Luncheon this Weds. Jan. 20 in Savannah; other dates around the state, as wel

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Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

January 18, 2016  –  Remember, The SeResearch Center for Economic Growth  of the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia's Economic Outlook luncheon is this Weds. January 20, a revised date from those previously announced.  

The national and state forecasts will be delivered by Dr. Ben Ayres, the University of Georgia's new dean of the Terry College of Business.

The local Savannah forecast will be presented by Dr. Mike Toma of Armstrong State University.

Each attendee will be given the 2015 Economic Trends booklet, compiled by research from Armstrong State University and sponsored by the Savannah Economic Development Authority.

Registration closed on Jan. 9.  For possible last minute registrations, call the Savannah Area Chamber. 

The Title Sponsor this year for Savannah’s luncheon is Gulfstream, with presenting sponsors Colony Bank, Gas South, Georgia Power, Stage Front Presentation Systems and Wendy's.

Information on the Terry College of Business is available at http://www.terry.uga.edu.

A networking session will be held from 11:00 a.m. to noon, followed by the luncheon from noon - 2 p.m at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center.

Admission is $50 for Savannah Chamber of Commerce members; and $60 for member guests

Tickets are available at www.SavannahChamber.com for Chamber members.   

For more information, Margaret Mary Russell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or by phone at 912.644.6432.

TheTerry College’s premier outreach series provides business and government workers the foundation to make informed decisions based on accurate, reliable economic data from the Selig Center for Economic Growth. More than 3,000 leaders rely on the annual forecast presentation in 10 cities. Learn what to expect from next year's economy.

The Selig Center conducts research on economic, demographic and social issues related to Georgia's growth—guiding the state's businesses, governments and entrepreneurs on financial decisions and public policy. Specializing in economic forecasts and economic impact studies, the center is nationally recognized for its market research on minority buying power.

The dates for all the remaining luncheons in Georgia are available at the Terry College's website. 

 

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