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Atlanta Textile Club Officers For 2002

The Atlanta Textile Club Change of Command Reception, organized by Steve Brodie, was held Friday January 11 with a large, festive crowd in attendance.<BR><BR>Tom Franklin was president during the difficult transitional year of 2001 for the industry and the club. Franklin joined the ATC more than 30 years. However, a career that demanded significant travel kept him from assuming the clubs presidency until this past year. During the reception Franklin asked Bill Layng, a member of ATC for more than 50 years and a previous president himself, to recognize all previous club presidents. <BR><BR>Franklin is succeeded by Mike Todaro, who said, "The ATC is a historical group of talented professionals with a rich history of accomplishment for the industry, career networking, friendship and enjoyment meeting with one another." Despite the economy we continue to get exciting new members from within the fiber, fabric, apparel, technology and

The Atlanta Textile Club Change of Command Reception, organized by Steve Brodie, was held Friday January 11 with a large, festive crowd in attendance.Tom Franklin was president during the difficult transitional year of 2001 for the industry and the club. Franklin joined the ATC more than 30 years. However, a career that demanded significant travel kept him from assuming the clubs presidency until this past year. During the reception Franklin asked Bill Layng, a member of ATC for more than 50 years and a previous president himself, to recognize all previous club presidents. Franklin is succeeded by Mike Todaro, who said, "The ATC is a historical group of talented professionals with a rich history of accomplishment for the industry, career networking, friendship and enjoyment meeting with one another." Despite the economy we continue to get exciting new members from within the fiber, fabric, apparel, technology and other industries, plus the press who covers them and the universities who educate them. Officers for 2002 are: Don Byerly, Alkahn Labels (secretary), Tom Franklin (outgoing president), Mike Todaro, AAPNetwork (president), Sue Strickland, American Garment Council (treasurer) and Kelly Waldrop, Johnston Industries (vice president). The Bobbin Show will be held once again in Atlanta in 2002 and will be accompanied by the traditional ATC golf outing for participants and attendees at the show. The Atlanta Textile Club was founded in 1930.  Membership is open to anyone who lives in or near Atlanta and is involved in the global textile/apparel/sewngoods supply chain. The ATC meets the first Monday of every month for lunch and features guest speakers from key positions throughout the industry.  The club also hosts several golf outings per year. Next Meeting: March 11 ATC welcomes Gene Cone, CEO of Johnston Industries, for thoughts on the U.S. Textile Industry. Where: Villa Christina, 45 Perimeter Summit Blvd., Atlanta Cost: $20/person; Honorary Members $15/person To make reservations for the March Meeting call, fax or e-mail Sue Strickland at (404) 843-317; fax (413) 702-3226; sue@usawear.org.




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