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Fayette Chamber has a winner

Dr. Jonathan Bender is the winner of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce's annual $10,000 drawing. Dr. Bender (L) holds his check while being congratulated by Chamber President and CEO Virginia Gibbs. Dr. Bender practices with Peachtree Hematology-Oncology Consultants in Atlanta and Fayetteville. Proceeds from the annual drawing help the Chamber fund programs and events for the local business community. The Chamber’s next big event is the 2012 Chick-fil-A Leadercast event on May 4, featuring guest speakers Soledad O'Brien, Tim Tebow, John Maxwell, Andy Stanley and many others. Register at FayetteChamber.org/Leadercast. Photo/Special.

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cogitoergofay's picture

Dr. Bender--- couldn't happen to a nicer guy, and a great doc, too.

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