A.J. Robinson, Rich McKay given leadership roles with nonprofit arm of College Football Hall of Fame

February 19,2019

Atlanta Business Chronicle

A pair of prominent Atlanta leaders have been added to the nonprofit arm that directs the College Football Hall of Fame.

The College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday announced the appointment of A.J. Robinson as chairman of the board for Atlanta Hall Management Inc., and named Rich McKay to Hall Management's board of directors. Atlanta Hall Management is the Georgia nonprofit created to oversee the planning, building and operation of the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame.

Steve Robinson, retired chief marketing officer of Chick-fil-A Inc., served as the Hall's first board chairman.

Robinson is president of the private advocacy organizations Central Atlanta Progress, as well as the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District. He previously worked as president of Portman Holdings, where he supervised real estate development work in the US, India and China. He also serves on the Boards of the Center for Civil and Human Rights, First Step Staffing, the Westside Future Fund and the TUFF Foundation.  

The Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame is a 94,256-square-foot attraction located adjacent to the Georgia World Congress Center and Centennial Olympic Park.