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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

The Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce is honoring the men and women who fight for our country.

The organization held its annual Military Appreciation Breakfast Thursday morning, May 22, at the National Infantry Museum.

Mike Gaymon, President & CEO of Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce, says, "Obviously, Fort Benning represents a lot of business opportunity. So, we think it's a good opportunity to say, 'Thank you for wearing the uniform. Thank you for serving our country and the world. We appreciate you, and we're honoring you by having a part of today's program honoring our military.'"

One goal of the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce is to create contacts with top leaders of the military community.  

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