Atlanta Restaurant Owner, Chad Dillon Awards Prison Inmates $10K In Entrepreneurship Scholarships

Image credits to Forbes Magazine Image credits to Forbes Magazine Chad Dillon, the owner of The Boiler Seafood and Crab Boil restaurant in Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia, is helping convicted felons launch businesses.
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