Braselton is one of four Gwinnett cities to earn 2020 Main Street America accreditation

Four Gwinnett cities earn Main Street America accreditation

Main Street America has once again recognized four Gwinnett municipalities for having completed work based on the national association’s stringent review process. Auburn, Braselton, Lawrenceville and Suwanee have been recognized for their commitment to improving quality of life, economic development, historic preservation, tourism and job creation at the local level.

Patricia Frey, CEO of the National Main Street Center in Chicago said, “We are proud to recognize this year’s 860 nationally accredited Main Street America programs that have dedicated themselves to strengthening their communities. These programs have proven to be powerful engines for revitalization.”

Speaking for Braselton’s Main Street program, Director Amy Pinnell said “The National Main Street program has afforded us many opportunities that have benefited our downtown community. Through their revitalization approach, preservation resources and economic development strategies, our board continues to position downtown Braselton to thrive and drive cultural vitality.”

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