Monday, March 31, 2014 @ 9:00 AM
March 27, 2014 - Business professional Forrest Tuff won the Entertainment Industry Award during the 17th Annual Georgia Minority Business Awards (GMBA). The event was covered in the Atlanta Business Journal and took place at the Georgia Int'l Convention Center, 2000 Convention Center Concourse College Park, GA 30337 @ 6:30 pm.
Forrest Tuff an accomplished businessman. He is the founder and CEO of One Vision Productions, an Atlanta-based multimedia production company that specializes in video production, photography, film, and graphic & web design. In 2012, it was named one of the Top 300 Small Businesses in the South by Business Leader and received the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Customer Service in 2013.
He received the Entertainment Industry of the Year Award for his success in business and as a producer. A notable accomplishment was a play he produced at the 14th Street Playhouse named The Mission. It was the first faith-based stage play in Atlanta to ever premiere on the main stage and to a standing-room only crowd.
The Georgia Minority Business Awards was founded by Creed W. Pannell Jr. in 2000 with a mission to recognize minority businesses from all over the world; helping to generate awareness about the positive changes and the collective successes of the multi-cultural communities. Annually, fifteen awards and one non-profit award is presented to individuals who exemplify leadership, commitment to industrious and professional growth, charity towards their fellow man and most importantly their belief in living “success.”