For three generations, ACC has been family owned and operated, started in 1975 by John Ellis, then joined by his daughter Cathy Ellis and currently by the third generation, Johanna Ellis. Each generations knowledge and experience are compounded making their dealership stronger and more efficient with each passing year.
Adopt A Highway Maintenance Corporation would like to welcome Marietta Fish Market to the Georgia Sponsor A Highway® Program! Marietta Fish Market joined the program in September of 2015 with two signs located in the city of Marietta, GA where the family-owned restaurant has served residents of the community for many, many years.
Thanks to our partnership with the Georgia Department of Transportation and the many businesses that have joined the Georgia Sponsor A Highway® Program, collectively the amount of litter throughout the state has been substantially reduced. Unfortunately however, in Georgia, and in many other states throughout the U.S., litter has become an increasing problem over the years.
Looking for a new or used car dealership in Woodstock, GA? Look no further! Not only is Bill Holt Chevrolet a short 15 minute drive up I-575, but if you live or work in Woodstock and you're interested in test driving a 2013 Silverado or a Chevy Cruze, they'll actually deliver a car to your home or workplace!
In a recent article published by the Daily Bulletin, Caltrans is encouraging motorists to keep the state clean with its “Don’t Trash California” campaign and is working hard to bring forth public awareness to the amount of money being spent annually on trash cleanup.
Adopt A Highway Maintenance Corporation is proud to be partnered with Special Olympics in the state of Georgia to keep our local communities safe and looking beautiful. Not only is Special Olympics a great cause in what they do, their organization is now taking their good will one step further and providing litter removal in and around their local community through the Sponsor A Highway Program.
While many kids his age seem to be more concerned about video games, Kale Tibbetts is far more interested in keeping the world around him beautiful. When he isn’t busy playing Ice Hockey, Soccer, or participating in Triathlons, Kale is making a difference in his community by helping keep his community clean. Kale’s respect for nature started when he was just a toddler and he would pick up pieces of litter while being pulled around in his wagon.
Every year on Earth Day, people take a moment to reflect on what they can do to keep our planet healthy. Fortunately, there are people who feel that one day is simply just not enough to make significant impact. Our sponsors support a program that pulled 144,094 bags of garbage off the highway last year, which is roughly the weight of 24 elephants!