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1/22/2021 First Monday Breakfast
Cobb County’s House Congressional Leaders to Speak at February Marquee Monday

The Cobb Chamber welcomes Cobb’s House Congressional leaders to the Marquee Monday stage on Feb. 8 at the Coca-Cola Roxy.

Congressman Barry Loudermilk, Congresswoman Lucy McBath and Congressman David Scott will share their insights on the new administration in Washington and what's ahead regarding legislative priorities. Due to D.C. meeting schedules, the event’s speakers will be presenting in person and virtually.

Congressman Barry Loudermilk was elected to the United States Congress in 2014 and represents northwest Georgia’s 11th Congressional District. He serves on the U.S. House Financial Services Committee, is the Ranking Member of the committee’s Task Force on Artificial Intelligence, serves on the Committee on House Administration, and the Joint Committee on the Library. Loudermilk also serves as a member of the Republican Study Committee (RSC), a conservative caucus of House Republicans. Before being elected to Congress in 2014, Barry Loudermilk was a small business owner for over 20 years and served in the Georgia State legislature for nine years.

Congresswoman Lucy McBath was elected in November 2018 to Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, which represents east Cobb, northern Fulton County, and northern DeKalb County. In Congress, she serves on the Gun Violence Prevention Task Force and the Committee on Judiciary with subcommittees on Crimes, Terrorism & Homeland Security as well as Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law. She also serves on the Committee on Education and Labor with subcommittees on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions as well as Workforce Protections. Prior to Congress, she ran a non-profit, was a Delta Airlines flight attendant for 30 years, and authored a book.

Congressman David Scott is currently in his 10th term representing Georgia's 13th Congressional District, which includes six metro Atlanta counties including part of Cobb County. In early December 2020, Congressman David Scott (GA-13) was approved by the Democratic Caucus to serve as the first African-American Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, which oversees legislation relating to the U.S. agriculture industry, forestry, nutrition, and rural development. He also serves on the Financial Services Committee and the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Before being elected to Congress in 2002, he was a small business owner, Georgia State Representative (1975-1982), and Georgia State Senator (1983-2002).

Doors open for the February Marquee Monday Presented by Superior Plumbing at the Coca-Cola Roxy at 11:15 a.m., with the program starting at 11:45 a.m. Limited in-person attendance is available until Feb.3. Virtual registration is open until the day of, at no cost for Chamber members and $5 for general admission. Walk-up admissions and at-door payment cannot be granted.

To help provide a safe and smooth entry to our event, in-person attendees can opt to use SymTem, an all-in-one COVID-19 screening tool created by InfoMart. In advance of the event, in-person attendees will receive an email prompting them to take a virtual health screening through the SymTem app. Once the screening is complete and the attendee is deemed symptom free and safe to attend this event, they receive a digital badge to show Chamber staff upon arrival.

Marquee Monday is proud to list the following sponsors: Marquee Sponsor, Superior Plumbing; Program Sponsor, Lockheed Martin; Host Sponsor, Coca-Cola Roxy; Catering Sponsor, Delaware North; Tables Sponsor, Peachtree Tents & Events; and Production Sponsor, Whydrate.

For more information about the 2021 Marquee Monday event series, contact Jani Dix at