Atlanta Episode 223 – Shrimp Tank Hosts & Mark Schmidt – Fireside Chat #1

Atlanta Episode 223 – Shrimp Tank Hosts & Mark Schmidt – Fireside Chat #1

Atlanta Episode 223 – Shrimp Tank Hosts & Mark Schmidt – Fireside Chat #1
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The Shrimp Tank Hosts & Mark Schmidt

Join us for a very special episode of the Shrimp Tank in a series called “Fireside Chats.” In this series, we’ll be getting all of the Shrimp Tank hosts from across the country together, as well as a few special guests along the way, as we talk about how we can come together as business owners and help each other in the midst of this COVID-19 epidemic. (more…)

Truist Atlanta Open in jeopardy: 'It's going to be close'

The Truist Atlanta Open is the latest sporting event in the city to be thrown in jeopardy by the coronavirus pandemic.

Organizers though say they’re still moving forward with plans to host the ATP tournament as scheduled for July 25-August 2 at Atlantic Station.

“We continue to monitor the situation,” said Eddie Gonzalez, tournament director and GF Sports chief business officer. “With Wimbledon (canceled) this week and the Olympics last week, those are some major global events, but their…


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Truist Atlanta Open in jeopardy: 'It's going to be close'

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Most Fulton County residents are being ordered to stay home or face up to a $1,000 fine or as many as 12 months in jail as part of the county’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new order was issued after county officials said prior restrictions to limit public interactions were not being followed.

The Fulton County Board of Health issued the shelter in place administrative order March 31 and it went into effect immediately. There is no date for when the order will be lifted order, only that…


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Fulton County orders residents stay home or face jail time, monetary fines

Augusta National, Masters to donate $2 million in coronavirus fight

Augusta National Golf Club, through a joint partnership, has pledged a $2 million donation to help those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in Augusta, Ga.

Fred Ridley, chairman of the club and the Masters Tournament, announced on Monday that they were partnering up with the Community Foundation of Central Savannah River Area to provide more resources toward the coronavirus fight in their community.

The contribution will be split with $1 million going toward expanding access to coronavirus…


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Augusta National, Masters to donate million in coronavirus fight