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Fox Theatre
What makes the fabulous Fox Theatre so fabulous? Great question! And that’s just what we ask the folks who work at the Fox. They answer by giving us an exclusive backstage tour, as well as an on-stage tour, and even an under-the-stage tour. And we tell the “theatrical” story as you’d expect—in 3 acts.
Georgia Aquarium
We take a trip beyond the sea…in downtown Atlanta, with a visit to the Georgia Aquarium. We meet everyone from scuba divers to media specialists and a few of the people who maintain this incredible environment—it takes 600 employees and 2,000 volunteers!
Georgia Regents University
We’re in Augusta to learn about careers in the medical field with a visit to Georgia Regents University! We’re inspired by a doctor specializing in wilderness medicine, who was actually the first person in his family to go to college.
Skidaway Island State Park
Despite what you see in cartoons, not all Park Rangers say “Hey, Boo Boo!” Luckily, one of ours does. You’ll want to meet her, along with the other rangers who help maintain this beautiful state park located just outside of Savannah.
King of Pops
The “secret” to what makes King of Pops’ Pops so delicious isn’t actually a secret at all, as you’ll see in this episode. But do note that the folks at this Atlanta-based company put a lot of love into the making of their delicious treats.
GA Ports Authority
A trip to any mall will give you a look at thousands of items that weren’t created down the street. Many of them were imported from distant lands. And the Georgia Ports Authority in Savannah…the 4th largest port in the country…is the point of entry for, quite literally, tons of them.
Six Flags Over GA
There’s a man working at Six Flags Over Georgia in Austell, who claims to have the best job in North America. Who could pass up an opportunity to find out why? Not us! And it turns out there are a lot of amazing jobs in this place.
KIA Motors Manufacturing Georgia
Fast Forward travels to the West side of the state to clear up some misconceptions about modern factories. We visit KIA Motors Manufacturing Georgia in West Point. This state of the art facility rolls out 1 new car every minute, and we show the process—going from steel coils all the way to their test track.
Meddin Studios
It’s true that Georgia is about 2,000 miles from Hollywood, but the film and television industry is much closer. In fact it’s right here in Georgia. We talk with the people at Meddin Studios in Savannah to learn how film and television are a place to find one of Georgia’s fastest-growing job markets.
Georgia Olive Farms
It’s a little known fact that Georgia farms once grew olives. It was back in the 1800’s. But it’s becoming a much better known fact that this crop is making a comeback.
Cogdell Berry Farm
Here in Georgia, blueberries are starting to give the peach more than a little competition. We visit the folks at Cogdell Berry Farm and start things off by listing the best ways to eat blueberries. And we finish with a few surprises.
Rolling Thunder River Company
We go to McCaysville to meet a group a people who claim their jobs are “better than your vacation.” They’re river guides at Rolling Thunder River Company, a white water rafting company where the employees, surprisingly, still use math to do those jobs.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
There’s a lot to know about Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Sure it’s the busiest airport in the world. And yes, it’s within a 2-hour flight of 80% of the U.S. population. But perhaps the most important characteristic of this “airport city” is that it’s the biggest employer in the state with 58,000 jobs!
The Coca-Cola Company
If you’ve got an idea for the next great flavor of Coca-Cola, but don’t know what to do with it, we’ve got you covered.
CSX
We pay a visit to CSX’s REDI Center in midtown Atlanta to talk with the fine folks of CXS about the 3,000 employees they have scattered about the state.
Raleigh Studios
There are big things coming out of the little town of Senoia, Georgia—like the most popular TV show in the history of cable, for example. That’s right, it’s shot at Raleigh Studios, about an hour’s drive south of Atlanta. We go behind the scenes and talk with the experts about what it takes to create the fictional world of The Walking Dead.
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