Published on June 9th, 2015 |0
Coalition’s ‘Buckhead Guidebook’ ad sales benefit 5 nonprofits
The recipients this year of the annual contributions are the Chastain Park Conservancy, Garden Hills Pool and Park Association, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MoCA GA), Peachtree
Heights East Duck Pond, and World Trade Center Atlanta.
The “Buckhead Guidebook” is a compilation of data about Buckhead presented as three books in one: Tourism, Relocation, and Development and is available for $5 at Barnes & Noble bookstores. It serves as the premiere reference source for newcomers.
The book’s advertisement income does not go to the Coalition. The publisher is required to give part of the revenue to area nonprofits selected each year by the Coalition.
The Guidebook’s masthead directs that its readers are allowed to reprint any of the book’s content with the only request being to credit the Coalition’s Guidebook, which makes it a major resource for journalists and real estate professionals.
When bookstores and gift shops are sold out of the Guidebook, it can be purchased from the Coalition at its office in Tower Place 100, at 3340 Peachtree, Suite 560, Atlanta, 30326, in-person, or by mail. BuckheadView provides a link to the Guidebook from its webpage.
The Coalition is a nonprofit civic group of 100 business leaders in this northern quadrant of the City of Atlanta, with a mission to “Nurture the quality of life of those who live, visit, work, and play” in its 28 square miles. Its president is Sam Massell and its chairman is Jeff Sprecher.