Georgia, as a state, has many great things going for it. We have the world’s busiest airport. We have a diverse economic base that spans agriculture, logistics, and information technology. We build our cities above sea level. It’s a neat place really.
It appears that those in the transportation industry have teamed up with the Ag community to promote Georgia’s largest agricultural product: Poultry. Georgia has a thriving chicken business, representing half of all farm products we produce. That’s a clucking $4 Billion per year.
Georgia is right proud of the birds we produce, and want those visiting from out of town to share in our pride. But, of course, we can’t just give every arriving tourist their own chicken. Not all folks know how to properly care for fowl. Like Lee Corso, for instance.
Eggs, clearly, are a better solution. A visiting group of men from New Orleans were among the first to receive gifts from this pilot program as they arrived at Hartsfield Airport Wednesday evening. The reviews seem overwhelmingly positive, ranging from “classy” to “tomorrow should be fun”, noting it was the first time he had received such a welcome to a new city.
We here at Peach Pundit appreciate the innovative way those in our significant transportation industry have figured out how to cross market our very important poultry business. To celebrate, let’s all gather at the Georgia Dome (a perfectly fine building to hold such festivities) and beat the heck out of the cheating Saints.