The campaign added its newest addition earlier this week, as sponsors Georgia Commerce Bank and Three dedicated and unveiled the "B.A. Buck" to Zone 2 police in appreciation of their service.
The dedication took place at B.A.'s new home, Charlie Loudermilk Park, where Roswell and Piedmont roads intersect.
“Buckhead is a stronger community than ever in 2012 and we are proud to serve this community,” said Chief George Turner of Zone 2. “We appreciate the Bucks on the Street project, Georgia Commerce Bank and Three for providing this unique opportunity to support Livable Buckhead’s efforts.”
Bucks on the Street is a community project meant to instill a sense of excitement and pride for those who live, work and/or play in Buckhead. The project was founded in 2010 by , past-presidents of the Buckhead Business Association.
Each sponsor receives a Buck statue to be decorated to their liking and set in their place of business. The Bucks signify their interest in supporting the community of Buckhead and their involvement in Bucks on the Street. Sponsors are promoted through all community events and their Bucks will be highlighted at the closing auction party, Fall 2012, to benefit Livable Buckhead.
Livable Buckhead, a 501(c)3 organization, strives to ensure the long term vitality and prosperity of the Buckhead community by working cooperatively with individuals, public entities and private businesses to integrate into everyday life and business sustainable strategies that improve the environment and quality of life in the community.