January 29

Adopt-A-Brick Campaign

We are happy to announce the launch of Centennial Olympic Park’s 20th Anniversary Adopt-A-Brick campaign! This new brick campaign coincides with the Park’s 20th anniversary, the 20th anniversary of Atlanta’s Olympic Games, and a bold re-visioning of the magnificent downtown greenspace. This includes the several projects we as a campus have referenced in our 2020 Vision, which will improve the experience and amenities for area residents and visitors.

The new bricks will be used to pave the portion of Andrew Young International Boulevard that runs through the Park. Honoring the vision of the original architects of the Park, we will form a pedestrian gateway stretching from the edge of the hotel corridor to the front steps of the College Football Hall of Fame.

To be clear, this new campaign does not replace, alter or revise the bricks currently in Centennial Olympic Park in any way. Rather, it’s a new era, paying homage to the past, and a fresh chance to be part of this rare opportunity to own a piece of history.

We are offering the FIRST chance to purchase a commemorative brick to YOU as employees! These bricks are not available to the general public yet, so Team GWCCA is the first to help cement the Park’s legacy as a national icon.

Special thanks to the COP Brick Campaign Committee for their insight and contributions over the past 90 days. Sam Brown, Jeff Oden, Morgan Smith-Williams, Lisa Stock and Jennifer Tinker have been instrumental in the process of bringing this campaign to life.

Please visit centennialpark.com/bricks to place your order, and use the code AUTHORITY while checking out to receive $10 off your brick.

As always, thank you for all your hard work and support of our campus. We hope you enjoy this offer!