Join us for a 'Cyber Security and Identity Theft'
Membership Luncheon!

The collective impact of Cyber Security and Identity Theft is staggering. Billions of dollars are lost every year repairing systems hit by such attacks. Some take down vital systems, disrupting and sometimes disabling the work of hospitals, banks, and 9-1-1 services around the country.

Who is behind such attacks? It runs the gamut—from computer geeks looking for bragging rights…to businesses trying to gain an upper hand in the marketplace by hacking competitor websites, from rings of criminals wanting to steal your personal information and sell it on black markets…to spies and terrorists looking to rob our nation of vital information or launch cyber strikes.

Join us on Wednesday, August 2, 2017 for a Chamber Membership Luncheon featuring keynote speaker
U.S. Secret Service Resident Agent in Charge Clint Bush!

Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Networking and Business Expo: 11:15 AM
Program and Lunch: 12:00 PM

Rees Park Economic Development Center
409 Elm Avenue, Americus

Members: $20
Non-Members: $25

Click the button below to register online, or give us a call at 229-924-2646 to reserve your seat today! We now accept credit and debit card payments!
Don't forget about the Business Expo before the program! If you are a member business who wants to 'show off' what you've been doing, give us a call at 229-924-2646 for more information about setting up your table on August 2nd!
U.S. Secret Service Resident Agent in Charge Clint Bush
Agent Clint Bush grew up in Sparks, GA and graduated from Valdosta State University with a BA degree in Criminal Justice. After graduation Agent Bush worked for the Georgia Bureau of Investigations, and was assigned to the State Drug Task Force, where he worked in an undercover capacity buying illegal narcotics. 

Agent Bush began his career with the U.S. Secret Service in March 1999 in New York City, NY.  He transferred from the New York field office to the Vice Presidential Protective Division located in Washington, D.C. in July 2004.

After four years on the Vice Presidential Protective Division, Agent Bush transferred to Secret Service Headquarters, and was assigned to the Office of Protective Operations. In January 2010, Agent Bush was transferred to the Albany, GA Resident Office and has spent 3 1/2 years conducting criminal investigations (mainly white-collar crimes) in the South Georgia area.

In August 2013 Agent Bush was promoted to the Resident Agent In Charge, and now oversees all criminal investigations in the Albany Division, which consists of 42 Counties in Georgia.