Our team at POWER 10 is pleased to have worked with Johns Creek Advantage (JCA) to achieve the tremendous campaign success announced yesterday at the campaign’s public kickoff at the Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, GA. Campaign Co-Chair Craig McCoy announced that the campaign had already raised $1.11 million — 74% of JCA’s $1.5 million “stretch” goal. This far exceeds the established standard of 50% needed to launch a campaign’s public phase.
Speakers at the Kickoff included (in order of remarks): Craig McCoy, CEO of Emory Johns Creek Hospital; Neil Stevens, EVP and COO of KeyWorth Bank; John Bemont, President of the Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce; Mayor Mike Bodker, City of Johns Creek; and Commissioner Chris Cummiskey, Georgia Department of Economic Development. JCA is a new 501c3 economic development organization for the city of Johns Creek (GA) designed to grow businesses and jobs.
Our team at POWER 10 is pleased to have worked with the aforementioned and other key Johns Creek area leaders since JCA’s inception and we look forward to a successful conclusion to the campaign in the coming months.
Pictured here from left to right:
John Kachmar, City Manager, City of Johns Creek; Craig McCoy, CEO, Emory Johns Creek Hospital; Chris Cummiskey, Commissioner; Neil Stevens, COO & EVP KeyWorth Bank; John Bemont, JCCC President; Mayor Mike Bodker