Civil rights tourism in Atlanta

Civil rights tourism in Atlanta

January 12, 2017
As the birthplace of the civil rights movement, Atlanta has progressed to become a welcoming destination boasting attractions with both historic and cultural significance. 
Coan Selected as ACVB Chair for 2017

Coan Selected as ACVB Chair for 2017

January 5, 2017
Chris Coan has been tapped as the incoming chair of the board of directors for Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) in 2017.
Georgia Dome: Defining Moments Through the Years

Georgia Dome: Defining Moments Through the Years

December 16, 2016
Completed in 1992, the Georgia Dome is one of the largest state-funded construction projects in Georgia’s history and was the largest cable-supported dome stadium in the world at the time of its completion. Over the last two decades, the facility attracted world-class events and hosted many unforgettable victories.
Fancy, Free and Farewell – A Guide to New Year’s 2016 in Atlanta

Fancy, Free and Farewell – A Guide to New Year’s 2016 in Atlanta

December 14, 2016
Between its many festivals, parades and concerts, Atlanta knows how to have a good time, and ringing in the new year is no different.
Atlanta named one of Lonely Planet’s Best in U.S. 2017

Atlanta named one of Lonely Planet’s Best in U.S. 2017

December 6, 2016
Atlanta earned a spot on Lonely Planet’s list of most exciting places to visit in the United States for 2017.
Shalom From Atlanta

Shalom From Atlanta

December 1, 2016
As the festival of Hanukkah approaches, there are many ways visitors can experience Jewish culture and history while exploring the city.
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