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14 July 2015

Tomorrowworld Opens Its Doors to Local Businesses & Job Seekers

The third edition of Tomorrowworld will kick off in Chattahoochee Hills less than eighty days from now.

Festival organizers are furiously at work preparing Bouckaert's Farm for the several thousand music fans expected to arrive this September.

Included in event preparations is increased outreach to local businesses and job seekers looking to experience some of the economic impact Tomorrowworld brings to Georgia every year.

"What we are hoping to do this year is really open the doors and allow local vendors, suppliers of any form of goods and services to come and talk to us about what it is they have to offer," Tomorrowworld Project Director Jamie Reilly told Georgia Unfiltered. "And really allow them, and give them an honest and a fair chance to bid on any type of services or goods we require to run this festival."




Tomorrowworld Opens Its Doors to Local Businesses in 2015


Tomorrowworld hosted a local vendor fair about a mile away from the festival venue, and received a steady stream of local entrepreneurs seeking more information on procurement opportunities.

In addition, organizers announced a job fair to fill the dozens of positions needed to ensure Tomorrowworld goes off without a hitch.

The job fair is scheduled for 7 August and 8 August at the Cedar Grove Community Center, located at 9285 Cedar Grove Road, Fairburn, Georgia 30213.



The hours of the Tomorrowworld job fair is 4PM - 8PM, 7 August; and 9AM - 1PM, 8 August.