265 Peachtree Center Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
“One Great Day: Ready. Set. Gold!”
The 28th Annual Super Tuesday Conference is an exciting and informative day of sessions, workshops, exhibits, activities and an awards luncheon. It’s held each year to highlight and recognize the accomplishments of women business owners and the full range of products and services they provide. The Conference attracts well-known and distinguished speakers, moderators, and panelists from all over the country. While the focus of the awards luncheon is on women, the Conference is designed by women business owners and professionals for women, men and students alike. Attendees come to the Conference from throughout the metro Atlanta region.
Karen Duckett, President, Duckett Design Group, Inc.
Felicia Lewis, Senior Vice President, Bank of America
WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?
- ATTEND powerful and informative self-help and business enhancement workshops and interactive sessions presented by established experts.
- ATTEND an exclusive awards luncheon recognizing African-American female entrepreneurs and professionals.
- VISIT exhibits that will expose you to the latest products and services you need.
- PARTICIPATE in a one of a kind ward-robing session
- TAKE HOME a complimentary edition of the 2012-2013 Resource Guide to African-American Female Business Owners & Professionals.
- NETWORK with many of metro Atlanta’s brightest business owners and professionals.
- MEET super successful men and women business luminaries.
- RECEIVE valuable discounts and gifts from prominent Atlanta businesses
- TAKE ADVANTAGE of multiple chances to win valuable door prizes.
- BID on fabulous goods and services via Silent Auction.
- TAKE photos with successful women entrepreneurs, speakers and personalities.
- WALK AWAY more knowledgeable and energized about the way you do business.
ABOUT SUPER TUESDAY …
In 1984, under the leadership of Alice White Bussey, the Women In Business Committee of the Atlanta Business League created this forum to interact and raise awareness of African-American women business owners and professionals.
At that time the Women In Business Committee solicited the support of Mayor Shirley Franklin who was then the Chief Operating Officer for the City of Atlanta and former Fulton County Commissioner Michael Lomax to support the idea of on-site certification for women business owners, thereby bringing new resources for corporations and public sectors of federal, state and local governments.
Being a woman and understanding the plight of women across the board, Ms. Franklin was responsible for identifying a $5,000 grant to support the Women in Business Committee for a subsequent Super Tuesday program.