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Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau thanks supporters for strong year

Geoff Lee, president and general manager of Road Atlanta, listens to speakers Tuesday afternoon during the Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Shining Star Awards ceremony at the Historic Train Depot in downtown Flowery Branch. The CVB helped bring in three major events to Hall County this year, bringing in more than $490,000 to the Hall County community.

Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau President Stacey Dickson and bureau Chairman Husein Khimani present the development authority’s executive director Bill Donohue with the Chairman’s Award Tuesday afternoon during the CVB’s Shining Star Awards ceremony at the Historic Train Depot in downtown Flowery Branch. The CVB helped host events in the Hall County area, such as the Georgia Motorcoach Operators Association’s regional meeting, Regional Visitor Information Centers management conference and the Pan American Championships at the Lake Lanier Olympic Park.

Husein Khimani opens a gift presented to him on behalf of the Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau Tuesday afternoon during the bureau’s Shining Star Awards ceremony at the Historic Train Depot in downtown Flowery Branch. Khimani recently finished his two-year term as chairman of the bureau.

Amanda McClure, center, with the Quinlan Visual Arts Center accepts the Blazing Star Award Tuesday afternoon and takes a photo with Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau President Stacey Dickson, left, and Chairman Husein Khimani, right, during the CVB’s Shining Star Awards ceremony at the Historic Train Depot in downtown Flowery Branch. The CVB helped bring in three major events to Hall County this year, bringing in more than $490,000 to the Hall County community.
By Kristen Oliver and ERIN O. SMITH/The Times

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