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City of Newnan Launches City Trolley Program February 14

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The City of Newnan is announcing the launch of a free trolley service.

“We are excited about the opportunity to provide a new experience to visitors and residents alike: a free trolley that features a fixed-route between various locations in Newnan,” said Assistant City Manager, Hasco Craver.

The FREE trolley service will operate on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

Although, the service will typically be offered on weekends, the official kick-off will take place on Thursday, February 14. “We’re giving residents, visitors and those within the community the opportunity to experience the trolley on a special event day,” said Ashley Copeland, Communications Manager for the City of Newnan. “We also encourage folks to engage in their trolley experience with social media by sharing tweets, posts and photos of their experience using our #TrolleyLove hashtag.”

The Trolley service will provide transportation between historic downtown Newnan and Ashley Park, stopping at the following locations:

· LaGrange Street at Newnan City Hall

· The Governor Eliis Arnall Parking Lot at the intersection of Madison and Perry Streets

· “The Green” at Ashley Park, located between DSW and Monkey Joe’s

The trolley will depart approximately 45 minutes in between stops.

“We encourage community members and visitors to take advantage of this new service provided by the city,” said Copeland.

For more information about the route, map and operating information, visit: http://www.cityofnewnan.org/business/trolley_services.php

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Born and raised in Atlanta, Ga., Ashley Copeland has always considered herself as a natural born journalist with a passion for storytelling. After graduating with a degree in Mass Communications from the University of West Georgia in 2014, she began her career as a public relations manager for Tenet Healthcare’s south Florida region, later moving on to work for Piedmont Healthcare in Atlanta. In her current role, as communications manager for the City of Newnan, she is responsible for leading internal and external communications for the City. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading presidential biographies and cheering on her UGA Bulldogs and New England Patriots.