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National Veterans Small Business Engagement | December 9-11, 2014 | Powered by the Department of Veterans Affairs

Founded in 1837, Atlanta is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. Atlanta is home to a number of Fortune 500s. They have found the combination of infrastructure in technology, housing, an educated labor force which includes many Veterans, and its famous Southern Hospitality an irresistible combination. For information on the rich history of Atlanta, as well as current visitor information, please visit the Official Atlanta Tourism Guide.

Collage of Atlanta landmarks

Transportation

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is the nation’s busiest and one of the world’s largest airports. Atlanta has an array of transportation options that are easily and economically accessible to the Official Hotels. The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), Atlanta’s public transportation system, is comprised of a robust bus and rail system that connects all parts of the city. A single $2.50 fare covers one-way bus or train trips, including transfers. Additionally, taxis, offer flat fare rates from the airport directly to the hotels, as well as metered service in the downtown area. One of the great perks of downtown Atlanta is its walkability. The GWCC is conveniently located within a three-block radius of your hotel. NVSBE will provide complimentary shuttle service over the conference dates for all planned activities. For more information, please visit the public transportation section of the Georgia World Congress Center web site.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority

Contact NVSBE at nvsbe@va.gov

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