State of Georgia Honors SUPERCOMM Once Again With Proclamation of 'Communications Technology Week'

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from SUPERCOMM

    ARLINGTON, Va., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- In recognition of SUPERCOMM's
 contributions to Georgia's communications technology industry, the House of
 Representatives and the Senate of the State of Georgia have proclaimed June
 3-9, 2001 as "Communications Technology Week," SUPERCOMM event organizers
 today announced.
     "Having the State of Georgia declare this week as 'Communications
 Technology Week' is a testament to the impact the communications technology
 industry and SUPERCOMM have had, and will continue to have, on the people of
 Georgia and around the world," said Jack Chalden, SUPERCOMM general manager.
 "We hope local technology organizations will take advantage of the assemblage
 of industry executives that gather from around the globe to attend SUPERCOMM.
 Likewise, we look forward to working with Georgia's technology community
 during next year's event in Atlanta."
     Last year, both Governor Roy E. Barnes and Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell
 declared June 4-10, 2000, the week of SUPERCOMM 2000, as "Communications
 Technology Week."  Atlanta has been the venue for SUPERCOMM since 1998, and
 was the venue for the first SUPERCOMM in 1988.
     SUPERCOMM 2001, the premier annual communications and information
 technology exhibition and conference, will be held June 3-7 at the Georgia
 World Congress Center and Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
     SUPERCOMM, the premier annual communications and information technology
 exhibition and conference, is presented jointly by the Telecommunications
 Industry Association (TIA), http://www.tiaonline.org , Arlington, VA and the
 United States Telecom Association (USTA), http://www.usta.org , Washington,
 DC.
 
 

SOURCE SUPERCOMM
    ARLINGTON, Va., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- In recognition of SUPERCOMM's
 contributions to Georgia's communications technology industry, the House of
 Representatives and the Senate of the State of Georgia have proclaimed June
 3-9, 2001 as "Communications Technology Week," SUPERCOMM event organizers
 today announced.
     "Having the State of Georgia declare this week as 'Communications
 Technology Week' is a testament to the impact the communications technology
 industry and SUPERCOMM have had, and will continue to have, on the people of
 Georgia and around the world," said Jack Chalden, SUPERCOMM general manager.
 "We hope local technology organizations will take advantage of the assemblage
 of industry executives that gather from around the globe to attend SUPERCOMM.
 Likewise, we look forward to working with Georgia's technology community
 during next year's event in Atlanta."
     Last year, both Governor Roy E. Barnes and Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell
 declared June 4-10, 2000, the week of SUPERCOMM 2000, as "Communications
 Technology Week."  Atlanta has been the venue for SUPERCOMM since 1998, and
 was the venue for the first SUPERCOMM in 1988.
     SUPERCOMM 2001, the premier annual communications and information
 technology exhibition and conference, will be held June 3-7 at the Georgia
 World Congress Center and Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
     SUPERCOMM, the premier annual communications and information technology
 exhibition and conference, is presented jointly by the Telecommunications
 Industry Association (TIA), http://www.tiaonline.org , Arlington, VA and the
 United States Telecom Association (USTA), http://www.usta.org , Washington,
 DC.
 
 SOURCE  SUPERCOMM