'GMA' Deals and Steals on Wheels: Atlanta

Tory Johnson reports live from Atlanta, bringing big discounts on products from local businesses.
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on wheels." Tory is in Atlanta this morning. Hotlanta, the heart of Georgia at the famous centennial olympic park with families and friends who teamed up to make the small business dreams come true and Tory. Tell us what brought you to hotlanta. Well, Michael, I think that there is a uniquely southern charm here that is evident in every one of the business owners you'll meet. All from this area and all have a real genuine desire to bring more goodness, more joy, more good things to all the people they serve and you'll see that right now starting with our very first business owner, Sara Biggers, Georgia tech grad, professional makeup art started this amazing line, vegan cruelty-free line all inclusive, a variety of shays. Her model is mom Jennifer and took a picture for you to see when Jennifer arrived without a stitch of makeup. No makeup on Jennifer. And then you will be able to see this is her finished look and you see she looks gorgeous. Stunning. Look at mom. Good job on mom. Thank you. So, Sara, tell me what is the one thing, so there's people overwhelmed with makeup advice. If there's one tip that people could learn, what is it. Start with less and build up in layers. I have perfected the pig men take and coverage and you need less than you think. Oftentimes cruelty free means sheer and not coverage but that's not true. Wait till you see. Depending on the piece you choose 8 to $28 but, mom, show us that discount, 50%. 4 to $14. You guys recognize this is one of your favorite, my audio pet and these are teeny little creatures but adorable but pack a big punch in sound and, Michael, I know you like your morning music. You got me pegged. You know I love my morning music, Tory. I understand this was developed by two husband and wife team, friends for 20 years so how did this happen? How did this get started? Well, we decided we were going to do a company together and wanted to do something that would bring a little more laughter and fun and joy into people's day and thinking, what would be the best way to do that and we think, us know, music is awfully powerful so wanted to do something with music and thinking about music, we thought if we could do a speaker that was fun and portable and that people could just take anywhere and have a portable party with, that would be ideal. What we were thinking, my pet shadow walked into the room and thought that's the perfect idea and my audio pet was born so you can take a pet and music wherever you get. Shadow gets the credit. Brand-new celebration. A variety even more than what you see on line. You'll like this deal and students from Greenville middle school to come and help us with the deal. So normally any of the speakers rank from 30 to $50 but turn those critters. 50% off. 15 to $25 and Michael, I see you jamming in your dressing room next week with some critters from my audio pet. You know I will be jamming in my dressing room. I won't be the only one because everybody in our studio will go home with it too. Tory's not done. She has more deals coming up from Atlanta and guess who is here in times square. We have TV legend Carol Burnett, the one and only. "Deals & steals on wheels" is sponsored by vistaprint. We live for small business. . Good morning. It is 8:27 this Thursday, may 3rd. I'm Ken Rosato. We're following a developing story in Brooklyn where a gunman opened fire on the street killing one person and injuring four others. It happened just before midnight on broszol street in Brownsville -- Bristol street in Brownsville. Investigators later found the SUV but have not made any arrests. Commute leaders are calling for an end to the deadly violence. Time to check the commute with Heather. Look at this mess on the southern state parkway. This is the eastern side. You can see we have an accident. The right lane is blocked off as a result of that. We'll head over to our maps now and talk to you about what is going on on the cross bronx east at the Alexander Hamilton bridge. On the westbound side near the bronx river parkway, we have a stall there. New Jersey transit doing okay. 202 closed between quarry road and Hanover road. Street cleaning rules are in effect. Over to you. Meteorologist bill Evans has the accuweather forecast. It is sunny, beautiful, looking up the Hudson river here. It is just gorgeous outside. The humidity will pick up a little bit today. We're right at 38% right now at 73 degrees. Later on today, more of the southerly to a southwest wind, picking up moisture again today and temperatures will get to 90. It might get to 91 and break the record today. We'll get close to that between 2:00 and 4:00. It might spike at 91 degrees today. Tomorrow we'll northbound the upper 80s. We have a little more cloud cover. When we come back . 8:29. No snow, no wind, no rain. That is why you'll find Ryan Seacrest in an eyewitness news truck. I'm covering the breaking news. I'm in the mobile unit right now. Have you seen the inteeners on these things? We should get these out for the weekend. They don't let the anchors out. We should have a joy ride over the weekend. Coming up, we have rose Anne on the show. Tonya Harding and our anniversary week continues all coming up in minutes on live. Join us, all right? It is so nice outside. Let's picnic. It sure is. Happy anniversary, sir. Thank you, my friend. Stick around for live with Kelly and Ryan coming up in I. Welcome back to "Gma," everybody. And we have a great audience in our studio this morning. Yes, we do. I have a question. I have a question for our audience. I have a question for everybody who is in here. A show of hands, how many of you have taken these home with you in a suitcase after you visited a hotel? Sure. After staying at a hotel? Pretty much everybody. Even the kids, we take that all the time. We've all done it. Nobody is shy bit. But you may not be able to do it much longer. An article from "The Wall Street journal" popped up in our newsfeeds and hotels are

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