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UNG honors tourism pioneer Bill T. Hardman
The late Bill T. Hardman, Georgia's first tourism director and a key player in development of the Georgia World Congress Center, will be honored by the University of North Georgia (UNG) at "A Patriotic Celebration" featuring the Atlanta Pops Orchestra on July 3 at the Cottrell Ranch in Dahlonega.
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Six members of the University of North Georgia's (UNG) American Marketing Association (AMA) chapter and two faculty advisors traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana, this semester to attend the AMA International Collegiate Conference.
UNG hosts international visitors

The University of North Georgia (UNG) hosted 38 participants from Atlanta-area Consulate offices and representatives from the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDED). The International VIP Tour is a three-day tour, organized by the GDED that showcases a different part of the state each year. Those speaking during the luncheon included Dr. Patricia Donat, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at UNG; Dr. Billy Wells, vice president for executive affairs at UNG; and David Zuker, director of tourism for the Dahlonega-Lumpkin Chamber & Visitors Bureau.

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