Nathan Millard, a 42-year-old executive from Georgia, went missing during a 24-hour work trip to Baton Rouge on Feb. 22.
His wife, Amber, said he had treated a client to a basketball game and drinks, but never returned to his hotel room.
Amber last spoke with him when he showed her the seats he and his client secured for a Louisiana State University Tigers game.
Millard was last seen at Happy’s Pub, a bar two miles south of the college stadium, after the game.
The client watched Millard leave the bar on his own for his hotel room at the Courtyard Marriott, just a block away.
The next morning, the client called the police for a welfare check when Millard failed to show up or respond to messages.
Hotel staff reported that it didn’t look like his hotel room had been used on Wednesday night.
Millard’s phone was found at a work site about four blocks from his hotel, while his wallet was found at the Greyhound bus station a mile from Happy’s Bar.
His credit card had been used several times after he disappeared until Amber froze it on Saturday.
Amber said she knew something was wrong when she hadn’t heard from her husband, who meticulously contacted her. She fears the worst and hopes to locate his body soon.
Investigators have reportedly interviewed at least one individual concerning the disappearance but have not released new information.
Millard is a father to four teenage boys and a 7-year-old daughter.
He had taken the short trip to stake out a prospective job site for his Conyers-based company Advanced Construction.
His family and friends continue to search for him and are asking anyone with information to come forward.