ATLANTA - Fireworks will no longer be a part of the Lenox Square 4th of July annual celebration, according to the BRAVE public relations firm. Instead, they are partnering with Centennial Olympic Park's July 4th Celebration to deliver the "Best Fireworks Show in Atlanta."
“For years, Lenox Square and Centennial Olympic Park have complemented each other as two of the city’s premier 4th of July fireworks events. We are now thrilled to have Lenox Square provide support through a generous donation and welcome the patrons who have traditionally attended the Lenox Square celebration to join us at Centennial Olympic Park,” said Jennifer LeMaster, chief administrative officer of the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. “We look forward to sharing some of the recent – and ongoing - revitalization efforts in Downtown Atlanta and helping them celebrate Independence Day this year in the heart of Atlanta.”
“By partnering with Centennial Olympic Park, which is only nine miles away, we can deliver an even better experience for everyone involved and provide much needed operational relief to the City of Atlanta during a very busy holiday," said Robin Suggs, the General Manager of Lenox Square.
Lenox Square will continue to host the Peachtree Road Race, and will be adding additional patriotic activities, offering families a full day of fun in the heart of Atlanta.
“I love the Buckhead community and I’ve watched it grow and evolve for decades,” said Sam Massell, President of the Buckhead Coalition. “Lenox Square plays an integral role in how Buckhead has been shaped over the years and I know we’re all going to enjoy the new patriotic activities they host this year for the community.”
(BRAVE represents Lenox Square)