“Gulfstream in the Community” Focus of Savannah Downtown Business Association Meeting

“Gulfstream in the Community” is the focus of the Savannah Downtown Business Association’s January 10 lunch meeting. The early registration deadline is Friday, January 5. Networking is at 11:30AM and the program begins at noon at The Fairfield Inn & Suites downtown.

Mark Bennett, Community Relations Director, will talk about “Gulfstream in the Community” at the Savannah Downtown Business Association’s (SDBA) lunch meeting on Wednesday, January 10 at the Fairfield Inn & Suites, 135 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Networking begins at 11:30AM and the program starts at 12PM.

As Gulfstream’s Community Relations Director, Bennett oversees a number of programs aimed at improving the quality of life in the communities where Gulfstream’s employees live and work. Gulfstream’s community programs include charitable contributions, volunteering, education outreach, and student leadership.

Prior to joining Gulfstream, Bennett worked for Alabama Power Company and Delta Air Lines. He has a B.S. degree in communications from the University of Georgia and a master’s degree in industrial relations from Georgia State University. Bennett is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources and has completed certificate programs in organizational development and international resource management.

The event is open to the public and the deadline to register is Friday, January 5.  Cost is $25 for SDBA members and $40 for non-members. If space permits after the deadline, cost will be $35 for SDBA members and $45 for non-members. For more information, go to www.savannahdba.comand for registration assistance, please email administrator@savannahdba.com or call 912-660-4718.

About the SDBA: The SDBA’s goal is to keep members informed of opportunities, issues and new developments that could affect their businesses. SDBA membership provides a resource to help businesses locate, relocated and make connections that will foster growth and future development, all making Savannah a better place to live and do business.


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