Restaurants help in fight against sex trafficking ahead of super bowl

- Atlanta is now one of the biggest transportation hubs for sex trafficking in the nation.

Monday, Georgia's restaurants teamed up with Fulton County Commission Chairman Rob Pitts to fight back against this growing problem.

The Georgia Restaurant Association, which serves as the voice for more than 18,000 in Georgia, will post potentially life-saving information about what sex trafficking is and information for victims in restaurant restrooms.

Chairman Pitts said one reason for this new push against sex trafficking is because the Super Bowl coming to Atlanta in February and that the event is one of the number one attractions for sex trafficking in the world.

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