Coweta is 'Prosperity's Front Door'

From Staff Reports
news@newnan.com
A launching for the new Prosperity’s Front Door campaign will take place April 24 at Central Educational Center, 7:30 a.m., at the Newnan-Coweta Chamber’s monthly Early Bird Forum.
This campaign is a community-wide initiative to give the county an identity that is both recognizable and unifying.
Through community engagement, national and regional advertising, and a focused marketing campaign, the Newnan-Coweta Chamber and its partners intend to attract new businesses and increase local awareness for Coweta’s amenities.
At this month’s breakfast forum participating partners will share how local citizens can help unlock Prosperity’s Front Door.

“This is an exciting time in the life of our community as we launch this three-year community-wide marketing campaign and bring to fruition more than a year of work by numerous volunteers,” explained Chamber President and CEO Candace Boothby.

Prosperity’s Front Door Global Positioning Statement:

Coweta County is a strong community strategically positioned to provide all the amenities cru­cial to fostering industry growth and development.

• The county has become a magnet for those seeking an exceptional quality of life, with a wide range of specialized healthcare treatment options and an education system that prioritizes student advancement.

• Coweta’s close proximity to Atlanta and the busiest airport in the world provides busi­nesses and the community easy access to an international network essential to Coweta’s progress and growth. As the front door to prosperity, Coweta County is the ultimate destination to grow your business and your family.

For more information about Prosperity’s Front Door, contact the Chamber at 770-253-2270 or go to www.newnancowetachamber.org .


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