Norcross, Nov 14, 2017 — An official ceremony launched the rebranding of the Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District (CID) to Gateway 85. The CID, being one of the oldest and largest in Gwinnett was launched over eleven years ago.
“I think the name really fits because whether your going north or south on 85, we’re the gateway into Gwinnett (or) we’re the gateway into the ITP if you will, so whichever way you’re going, there we are,” said the CID’s Executive Director Marsha Anderson Bomar at the launching ceremony outside the CID office.
Several key officials including Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson, Peachtree Corners Mike Mason, County Administrator Glenn Stephens, Gwinnett Chamber President Dan Kaufman, CID Board Chairman Shiv Aggarwal, Partnership Gwinnett Chief Economic Development Office Nick Masino, and other Board members of the CID.
A new logo was also being unveiled along with the new name in the ribbon cutting ceremony. The rebranding exercise was made possible with the assistance of consultant Perkins & Will, who also worked on the Gwinnett County recent rebranding makeover.
Bomar expressed hope that the new image will help eliminate public confusion of the CID’s role with another prominent CID operating in the northern part of Gwinnett.
For more information, visit the CID website: www.gateway85.com