The Newnan-Coweta County partners with the Kiwanis Club of Coweta yearly to highlight an individual in the county for their leadership, civic engagement, and community advocacy.
Among those nominated for this honor is Levi Robinson, President/CEO of Advanced Technology Logistics, Incorporated.
Since the inception of ATL in 2009, Robinson has been devoting his time and talent to the Coweta community and its youth. With a Company mission to aid Federal contractors in meeting their needs and providing unmatched services, Mr. Robinson has used every opportunity possible to reach back with a helping hand.
To many young athletes, he is a mentor, coach, and father figure. Because of his love for sports and young men, he created the ShowStopperz youth basketball team in 2014. This team was built with the goal to serve disadvantage youth by nurturing their basketball skills and molding them into student-athletes. The team’s overall GPA significantly increased within one year securing academic and athletic scholarships to colleges and universities under his mentorship.
Mr. Robinson is known for his wit and charisma within the county. He is the owner of the fastest growing small business in Coweta County and is looking to take ATL higher and higher. “It brings me great joy to help others succeed, and I always intend to do that by any means necessary. I am grateful to God for the resources to make things happen for not only my company, but my young student athletes!,” said 2017 Citizen of the Year nominee.
ATL, Inc. salutes its leader and is proud of him for the work he has done in Coweta County and believes he is very deserving of this honor.
The winner will be announced by the Coweta Kiwanis Club Thursday, January 26, 2017.
Please see link with article announcing Mr. Robinson as a 2017 Citizen of the Year nominee for Coweta County.