Please join us for a special lunch edition of the Jewish Breakfast Club November 9th at Greenberg Traurig in Buckhead with featured speaker Bernie Marcus.
This event is for AJT subscribers only. (Subscribe to the AJT here)
Attendees must pre-pay by November 4th. Limited space available. Sign up using the Pay Pal button below.
About the Jewish Breakfast Club
Once a month, the Jewish Breakfast Club meets in Buckhead for coffee, bagels and to see one of Atlanta’s premier business professionals speak. Past speakers include Atlanta Falcons minority owner Ed Mendel, Doug Ross chairman of Birthright Israel’s Atlanta Regional Council, former CEO of Caribou Coffee Michael Coles and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens. The JBC is also an opportunity to network and connect with fellow business leaders in the community before and after the program.
About Bernie Marcus
Bernard Marcus is co-founder of The Home Depot, Inc., the world’s largest home improvement retailer. His company revolutionized the home improvement business with its warehouse concept. He served as chairman of the board until his retirement in 2002. He remains director emeritus and Home Depot’s largest single stockholder. From 1972 to 1978, Marcus was Chairman of the Board and President of Handy Dan Improvement Centers, Inc., a home center retail chain. Marcus’s personal civic involvement has been translated into the creation of The Marcus Foundation where he serves as chairman of the board. His areas of focus include Jewish causes, children, medical research, free enterprise and the community. A centerpiece of his desire to give back to the community is Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia. Among his important philanthropies is the founding of the Israel Democracy Institute located in Jerusalem. This non-partisan and nonpolitical think tank serves as an important resource and change agent, dealing with the complex issues facing Israeli democratic society. Marcus serves in numerous leadership roles including The Shepherd Spinal Center, The City of Hope, The Marcus Jewish Community Center, and Business Executives for National Security.
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JBC Luncheon Nov. 9
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Location: 3333 Piedmont Rd NE #2500,
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