COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - Georgia Governor Brian Kemp made a stop in the Fountain City Wednesday.
Gov. Kemp traveled to Columbus to speak with community groups and participate in the ribbon-cutting for a new business expected to create 600 jobs in the area.
Gov. Kemp first spoke to the Columbus Rotary Club at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center. Following that,, he participated in the ribbon-cutting for Global Callcenter Solutions, located at 500 11th St. in Columbus.
Gov. Kemp is also traveling to Moultrie and Thomasville to participate in similar events.