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Celebrating Agribusiness

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Hall County is a leader in agribusiness and food processing. In a 2016 report by Garner Economics, Gainesville-Hall MSA ranked as the highest concentrated metro area for food manufacturing and processing in the US, with over 10,000 employees. According to the 2014 Georgia Farm Gate Value Report, Hall County is 7th in the state for total farm gate value and 5th for poultry and egg production. With 7,000 acres of hay ground in Hall County, we have the added joy of green space across the community. Products we use in our everyday lives come from plant and animal byproducts produced by America's farmers and ranchers. Products ranging from pharmaceuticals, to antifreeze, tires and upholstery.

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Celebrate Agribusiness in Hall County! Sponsors of the Agribusiness Awards Breakfast include Jackson EMC, Purina Animal Nutrition, Hall County Soil & Water, Chandler Equipment, Crystal Farms, Ag Georgia Farm Credit, Hall County Farm Bureau, United Community Bank, Fieldale Farms, Simpson Company/Lee Hemmer, Cargill Inc. and Hall County Parks & Leisure.

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Breakfast reservations: Hall County Cooperative Extension, 770-535-8293.

Job Fair 2017

Reneigh Satterfield, Reneigh Satterfield, AAMS® AAMS Member SIPC Financial Advisor ®

Wednesday, March 22



Gainesville Civic Center

Financial Advisor 3630 Thompson Bridge Rd Ste 22 3630 Thompson Bridge Rd 22 Gainesville, GASte 30506 Gainesville, GA770-536-2031 30506 770-536-2031

Beth Baldwin

830 Green Street in Gainesville Attention Job Seekers!

Exhibit space still available. Amanda Lewis, 770-532-6206 x 111. Email:

439 Green Street Northwest Gainesville, GA 30501 770-534-1220

Rick Kimpling, AAMS® Financial Advisor

64 North Brooks Street Unit B Cleveland, GA 30528 706-865-0933 IRT-2046G-A

• Open to the Public • No Admission Fee • Featuring 60+ Employers • All Job Seekers Welcome • Complete job applications on site • Meet hiring managers face-to-face • Employers will be hiring on site • Make great business contacts • Network with companies hiring

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March 7, 2017 • An Advertising Supplement to The Times

10 am - 2 pm

Economic Development

The Chamber and Hall County Cooperative Extension annual agribusiness awards program increases recognition and appreciation of the agricultural community in Hall County. Award presentations will be made at the Ag Awards Breakfast on Tuesday, March 21 at 7:30 am at the North Hall Community Center. Held in conjunction with National Ag Day, the breakfast is complimentary, open to the public and presented by Jackson EMC. Awards include Friend of Agribusiness, Outstanding Agribusiness, Farmer of the Year and Ag Hall of Fame. Join us as we celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture.



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