2012 Central Atlanta Progress Annual Meeting
Central Atlanta Progress cordially invites you to the 2012 Annual Meeting, celebrating 71 years of service to Downtown Atlanta. Join us on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 as we salute everything that makes Downtown Atlanta a unique place to live, work and have fun!
Take a look back at the history of progress with Central Atlanta Progress and Downtown Atlanta. Then, take a journey forward to see our vision for the future of the city center and how we'll get there. The 2012 Annual Meeting promises to inform, engage and entertain. Be a part of the progress that has shaped Atlanta's solid leadership, growth, and development.
In 2011, more than 1,200 of Atlanta’s corporate movers and shakers came out to support Central Atlanta Progress in the unique threesixty° Theatre in Pemberton Place. We were fortunate enough to have an exceptional group of speakers including Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed. George Goodwin and Peg and Bill Balzer were honored as recipients of the Dan Sweat and Turner Broadcasting Downtown Community Leadership awards, respectively.
What: Central Atlanta Progress 2012 Annual Meeting
When: Registration, Coffee & Light Breakfast: 7:00 - 7:45 a.m.; Meeting: 8:00 - 9:15 a.m.
Where: Sidney Marcus Auditorium, Georgia World Congress Center
Tickets are available February 1st. Click here to reserve your seats now!
Central Atlanta Progress Members
$75/each, $750 for corporate row of 10
$85/each, $850 for corporate row of 10
For Membership information, please contact Dan Williams at 404-658-5908 or email@example.com.
Bradley Currey, Jr.
|Dan Sweat Award
Given in memory of Dan Sweat, past CAP President, who led the organization and Downtown Atlanta through very tumultuous times in the business and political environment of this City's growth. The award, designed to honor his heritage and accomplishments, is given to business and/or organizational leaders who have exhibited those traits and become quiet, effective leaders beyond the scope of their positions in the community.
|Turner Downtown Community Leadership Award Winner
Started in 2003, the award was designed to recognize those in our community who as individual private citizens step forward and do good works on Downtown's behalf. Recipients of this award rarely ever show up on the normal radar screen in the corporate and organizational leadership world. But just because they are out of sight, does not mean the value of service and dedication is any less. In some cases, acting as private individuals, supporting causes without the backing of corporate budgets, may be a more formidable task making successes at this level even more note worthy.
In these challenging economic times, it is critical that we continue to invest close to home and work to sustain a superior quality of life, not just for Downtown but for the entire City of Atlanta. We invite you to consider this opportunity to sponsor our 2012 Annual Meeting and support CAP in its efforts to sustain a vibrant Downtown community. If you are interested in sponsorship, please contact Dan Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or (404)658-5908.