All the while, words such as talent, connectivity and innovation flash on the screen.
"When everybody hears about Georgia's proposal, you're going to see that we left nothing on the table," Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said at a city event Thursday.
Amazon unleashed an international sweepstakes last month with an online request for proposals for a second headquarters to be the equal of its Pacific Northwest base of operations — a campus totaling 8 million square feet. The company has said it plans to make a decision by next year.
Georgia’s proposal includes details for dozens of development sites around metro Atlanta. It boasts about the city’s technology talent. It touts Atlanta’s globally connected airport, the region’s transit network and plans to expand MARTA rail.
The state’s formal bid also isn’t shy about the bevy of incentives and infrastructure improvements Georgia and local officials can offer that total well more than $1 billion.
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