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Great turnout at the Male Summit in Tifton

About 200 people showed up for the first ever Male Summit in Tifton on Saturday. About 200 people showed up for the first ever Male Summit in Tifton on Saturday.
Young men had to opportunity to learn about jobs, education opportunities and recreation. Young men had to opportunity to learn about jobs, education opportunities and recreation.
Speaker Michael Phillips Speaker Michael Phillips
TIFTON, GA (WALB) -

There was a good turnout at Saturday's first ever Male Summit in Tifton. 

About 200 people showed up to the inaugural event, and they had 10 vendors and 10 guest speakers.

Young men had the opportunity to learn about jobs, education opportunities and recreation. 

"I am actually a little surprised to see the turn out we got but we are definitely excited about it. It's ...it was.. it put a smile on everyone's face to come in and see all the kids come in, especially in out session," said Speaker Michael Phillips.

Event organizers are hoping to host the event again in the future.

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