Discovering new food, Discovering new wines, Making Friends, Networking, New locations
Managing Partner of a monthly Subscription-Based Publication, Comprehensive e.Newsletter and Website. In it's twenty-first year, the hudspeth report has become the information guide for the restaurant and hospitality industry in metro Atlanta.
After 20 years of researching Atlanta's hospitality industry, we began in 2007 making our research available weekly, as a companion to our monthly printed issue, with our detailed Foodservice Industry Report.
We focus on who is 'Coming Soon, Newly Opened, Anniversaries, Chef Employment Changes, Ownership Changes, Casualites' and more...
We offer hard-to-find, current information for any company or individual catering to or working in, the Hospitality Industry in Metro Atlanta, Georgia and surrounding areas with detailed information on leads, rumors, etc... gathered each week from several methods and sources and distributed every Thursday.
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I am Mark Michelson's sister and an avid (rabid) fan of the Hudspeth Report since it's inception. I have ritually used this magazine to scan the music/restaurant/club scene and keep my finger on the pulse of the town. It's been a fabulous resource for me in business as well as pleasure.
Yeah - I'm a Mac user too - sometimes I have to switch to either Firefox or Camino. Glad you were able to figure it out and join the group. We'll be planning some events for the next month - DimSum seems to be coming up quite often as a choice meal for everyone to try. i fyou have any suggestions for a place to get together, let me know - or just post it to the group.
BTQW: I remember when Ron first started the Hudspeth Report. When I was at UGA (80-84) I was co-owner of an entertainment magazine Fun biz!.
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