Lenox will give a “generous donation” toward the event at the park, which is administered by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, according to the mall’s press release.
Robin Suggs, Lenox’s general manager, said in the release that, “By partnering with Centennial Olympic Park, which is only nine miles away, we can deliver an even better experience for everyone involved and provide much needed operational relief to the City of Atlanta during a very busy holiday.”
The mall said it would add patriotic activities.
Lenox gets heavy Fourth of July traffic, including participants and well-wishers at the AJC Peachtree Road Race, with its start line just in front of the mall.
Last year, the AJC reported that the Lenox fireworks display was slated to include more than 4,000 shells.
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