All Things Johns Creek, with Chris Cannon, Director of Economic Development, and Stacey Gross, Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau (GNFCC 400 Insider, Episode 62)
Stacey Gross and Chris Cannon joined host Kali Boatright to share the city’s vibrant qualities which attract new business and residents, exciting developments such as the Town Center Master Plan, and much more. The GNFCC 400 Insider is presented by the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and produced by the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX®.
Chris Cannon, Director of Economic Development, City of Johns Creek
Johns Creek has become the 10th largest city in Georgia through well-planned growth. Not the biggest city in the state, but tactically one of the most inviting, 2016 marked the tenth anniversary of incorporation and cityhood. In such a short span, the city has continued to strengthen its foundation and reputation with its exceptional and highly ranked school system, highly acclaimed medical facilities and a large, diverse international population. Public Safety delivers the highest level of quality service to more than 80,000 residents and nearly 2,000 businesses.
Johns Creek is meeting its mission of being an exceptional city, not only in Georgia but in the entire country.
Stacey Gross, Executive Director, Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau
The Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau (JCCVB) is the official destination marketing organization of Johns Creek, Georgia. Their mission is to serve as an economic catalyst by marketing the city as a destination for business and leisure travel.
The JCCVB is a501(c)(6) nonprofit, enacted on January 22, 2008 by Resolution 2008-01-05 by the Mayor and Council to promote tourism in the city.
Check-out 2020 JCCVB Tourism Fact Sheet for more information about how JCCVB is funded and how tourism is economic development for Johns Creek.
The JCCVB is governed by a Board of Directors, comprised fully of volunteers who work or live in Johns Creek and have expertise in hospitality, arts, marketing and business.
About GNFCC and “The GNFCC 400 Insider”
“The GNFCC 400 Insider” is presented by the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce (GNFCC) and is hosted by Kali Boatright, President and CEO of GNFCC. The Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit, member-driven organization comprised of over 1400 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals. Their service area includes Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell and Sandy Springs. GNFCC is the leading voice on economic development, business growth and quality of life issues in North Fulton County.
The GNFCC promotes the interests of our members by assuming a leadership role in making North Fulton an excellent place to work, live, play and stay. They provide one voice for all local businesses to influence decision makers, recommend legislation, and protect the valuable resources that make North Fulton a popular place to live.
For more information on GNFCC and its North Fulton County service area, follow this link or call (770) 993-8806. For more information on other GNFCC events such as this North Fulton Mayors Appreciation Lunch, follow this link.