SUWANEE, Ga. — The city of Suwanee received its first major donation to its public art campaign.
Quantum National Bank presented a check for $100,000 to Suwanee’s Art for All campaign on Tuesday.
Their donation will support three public art pieces in Town Center on Main, Suwanee’s newest park that is currently under construction.
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“Suwanee has been our home since our founding over 20 years ago,” said Quantum CEO Bryan Cohen. “We’ve watched the city grow and prosper along with our bank. We appreciate the partnership we have with the city and are happy to be part of this exciting campaign.”
Suwanee’s Art for All campaign was first launched in June 2019, with commitments of over $550,000 before being temporarily suspended in 2020 due to the pandemic.
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