IFMA Foundation-sponsored events will be held at these locations:
Stone Mountain Park
Those playing in the Doug Underwood/Utilities Council Golf Tournament on Oct. 26 will enjoy the state's most visited attraction. View the Confederate Memorial Carving, depicting President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. Lee and "Stonewall" Jackson—measuring three acres, it is the largest high-relief sculpture in the world. The golf tournament will be played on the Lakemont Course, laid out around beautiful Stone Mountain Lake. Register for the tournament under "Additional Tickets."
World of Coca-Cola
Explore the history of the world's best-known brand. With 60,000 sq. ft., the World of Coca-Cola features more than 1,200 artifacts from around the world, never before displayed to the public. IFMA Foundation Gala attendees can expect an eye-popping evening of fun sights on Oct. 26! Plus great food, relaxed networking, and a live and silent auction. Register for the gala under "Additional Tickets."
World Workplace activities will be held at these locations:
Dive into a one-of-a-kind aquatic experience at the world's largest aquarium—you're sure to see things you've never seen before! Designed to inspire, entertain and educate, the aquarium features more than 100,000 animals in more than 60 wondrous exhibits. On Oct. 27, Welcome Reception guests can look forward to an unforgettable night in a truly remarkable venue.
CNN Worldwide Corporate Headquarters
The corporate headquarters of Turner Broadcasting System, a division of Time Warner. Facility Tour attendees will get an incredible behind-the-scenes look at the new CNN studio set and newsroom, the Headline News set and newsroom, and the central plant that makes this 24/7 operation possible.
Southface Eco Office
This award-winning green office building, training center and demonstration facility is a strong example of what can be achieved in energy-, water- and resource-efficiency within the commercial building sector. It is one of the most sustainable office facilities in the world, using 84% less water and 53.3% less energy than a comparable, code-built facility. Facility Tour attendees have the opportunity to explore this high-performance building.