What’s the most interesting or unique thing to do in Gwinnett Place? Is it going to get sushi at Fumi Atlanta on a Friday night or taking a walk at McDaniel Farm Park on a warm spring day?
Whatever it is that you love about Gwinnett Place, we want you to capture it through a photo and enter it in our monthly photo contest beginning May 1 throughout October 31.
The first contest theme is “The World In One Location,” which is the CID’s tagline and the inspiration behind the contest. Entrants are encouraged to submit an original photo and caption depicting a Gwinnett Place location. The CID will judge all entries, and the winner will receive a gift card from a local Gwinnett Place business valued at $50. To enter the contest and for complete details, visit the CID’s Facebook page.
If you don’t win the first contest, don’t fret, there are plenty more to enter, and feel free to enter multiple times each month!
There are a total of six contests the monthly theme will be announced on Gwinnett Place CID’s Facebook page. One monthly winner will be announced during the first business week of the next month.
Select photos will be shared on the Gwinnett Place CID social media platforms, and may be used in future CID materials, including the website.
For details and rules, click here.
“We want those who work, live and play in Gwinnett Place to help us showcase the diversity and excitement our community offers – be it our parks, restaurants, shops and more,” said Joe Allen, executive director – Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District. “We are excited to see the creativity people have and how they choose to reflect the character of Gwinnett Place.”
Since 2005, the Gwinnett Place CID has used its self-imposed tax revenue to develop and manage initiatives that enhance the district and make it attractive for commercial redevelopment, such as infrastructure improvements, security enhancements and streetscape beautification. These efforts and more are accomplished in partnership with County and State government, along with the support of local civic and business leaders. Now, the CID is inviting the public to participate to share their vision of the people, places and things that make Gwinnett Place special in this photo contest.
Won’t you submit a photo? Enter today!