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Aimed at Funding and Expanding the Atlanta BeltLine, Membership Drive is Set to Run Through December 16
ATLANTA (Nov. 16, 2016) – The Atlanta Beltline Partnership (ABP), with the support of Nebo, a full-service digital marketing agency located in midtown Atlanta, has announced the launch of the 2016 Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Member Drive designed to garner community support for the organization charged with raising private sector funds to help enable the Atlanta BeltLine project.
The membership drive allows Atlanta BeltLine enthusiasts to become a contributor to the growth of the project. In addition, membership directly supports ABP and its three-fold mission of enabling the project, engaging residents in BeltLine neighborhoods and empowering those same residents through strategic partnerships.
In an effort to promote the drive and garner community support, ABP is offering users and enthusiasts the chance to win gifts unique to as well as representative of the Atlanta BeltLine. The prizes include a custom-commissioned Tiny Door from local artist Karen Anderson, a Mantra fixed-gear, single speed bike from Mountain High Outfitters or the opportunity to walk in the 2017 Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade with the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons. Membership packages begin at $45 and can be purchased via the campaign and ABP websites.
“The Atlanta BeltLine cannot thrive without the support of its local community,” said Rob Brawner, Executive Director of the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership. “By joining as a member, Atlanta BeltLine users and fans have the opportunity to impact and connect our great city physically, culturally and economically.”
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership works to secure private, corporate and philanthropic support for the Atlanta BeltLine project. ABP seeks to enable the project by raising funds, engaging the public and users and empowering residents living in the 45 Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods. ABP works closely with the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., the city of Atlanta and partner organizations to continue and complete the vision of the project.
“The Atlanta BeltLine is such a dynamic, exciting part of our growing city,” said Nebo co-founder Adam Harrell. “Our goal with this membership drive is to give Atlantans a chance to have a direct impact on a project that they’ll continue to enjoy and use for a lifetime.”
To become a member or for more information about the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, please visit http://www.buildthebeltline.org.
Nebo is a human-centered digital agency. We believe that great work comes from understanding the needs, wants and perceptions of your audience. This human-centered approach informs everything we do. With expertise in digital marketing strategy, web design, user experience, SEO, paid media, digital public relations, social media marketing and analytics, Nebo has helped its clients achieve their digital goals. Visit http://www.neboagency.com for more information.
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