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Posted: 6:13 p.m. Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Georgia Gwinnett College sign on Hwy 316 passes spell check

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Georgia Gwinnett College President Stas Preczewski gave the fixed sign pointing to his college a thumbs up Tuesday. FROM GGC FACEBOOK PAGE

By Daniel Wilco

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Department of Transportation turned in its final draft of a sign pointing to Georgia Gwinnett College on Highway 316 Tuesday. It’s first draft had gotten a failing grade and was replaced after the school’s name was spelled incorrectly.

Natalie Dale, a spokeswoman for the DOT, said the sign — which was missing the second “n” in Gwinnett — was manufactured by a separate company, who was responsible for the mistake. The company fixed the sign for free once the error was noticed.

Georgia Gwinnett College President Stas Preczewski went out to the sign to grade it himself Tuesday. Unlike its predecessor, this one passed.

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