The Greenbriar’s Children’s Center named the office of the Chamber and Visit Savannah a designated “Safe Place” in Savannah. Safe Place consists of a national network of more than 22,000 partnering businesses and community locations, such as fast-food restaurants, convenience stores, fire stations, public buses, and libraries, which display the Safe Place sign in their windows. As youth enter a designated Safe Place and ask for help, trained staff members connect them to the appropriate youth shelter for assistance. The Chamber joins 70 other Savannah area businesses and organization in this community effort. Greenbriar Executive Director Gena Taylor and Safe Place coordinator Juelea Williams presented Visit Savannah President, Joseph Marinelli and the Chamber’s Business Development Director Tina Mock with the “Safe Space” window decals.