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Two Gainesville men, Dawsonville man on this year's Atlanta Trend 40 under 40 list

By Ken Stanford Reporter

Two men from Gainesville and one from Dawsonville are included on this year's Atlanta Trend Magazine 40 under 40 list.

Phil Bonelli of Gainesville is Vice President, Middle Market Banking for North Georgia, Wells Fargo Bank, and Matt Dubnik of Gainesville is Chief Engagement Officer for Forum Communications and is also a member of the Georgia House of Representatives.   William J. Wade is Senior Vice President, Southern Bank & Trust in Dawsonville.

Click here to view the entire list of all 40 honorees and information about each of them.

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