Mgreen15 wrote:Other than the Amazon lobbyist visiting Georgia (which Amazon has already publicly stated that the visit was unrelated to HQ2), what evidence do you have that suggests Amazon has chosen Atlanta?
Initially the link didn't have that disclaimer.
With that said, I know Amazon's HQ are 100% energized by renewable energy. Perhaps, these two things are related.
Why would Amazon send an Energy lobbyist to Georgia then if it didn't matter?
IDK what Georgia laws are regarding Energy ...but you can't say there's no reason they sent that guy to ATL. There's gotta be a point for him being there.... And obviously Amazon is going to say it's not related.
I'll say this, with Amazon sending their Lobbyist to Georgia, ATL city council expediting the Gulch Mixed use Project. The constant lists that have ATL as number 1 in the HQ2 sweepstakes. It's starting to look like we have a winner...
I know Amazon also has Wind and Solar Farms projects throughout the US.
If they send this dude there for that... Well, that just makes ATL even more a front runner in my eyes.
But these are just my theories .... Pure fun speculation.