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The Aerotropolis Atlanta CIDs recently asked one of its leaders to share details about his company’s presence and projects in the area. Here is an informative overview from Kevin Parrish, a Vice President and District Manager for the Greater Atlanta South District for Wells Fargo and Airport West CID Treasurer.

Fargo Focus

Tell us about the presence of your company in the Aerotropolis Atlanta CIDs.
We have several store locations within the demographics of the Airport West CID. A couple of the locations include the Camp Creek Marketplace and our Hapeville Operations Center.

What influenced your decision to partner with the Aerotropolis Atlanta CIDs? What are the benefits to your business, clients and employees?
When I first learned of the Airport West CID, I was excited about the vision it would bring to our community. The opportunity to partner with an organization like the CID directly connects with Wells Fargo’s vision and values in that we are dedicated to promoting the long-term economic prosperity for everyone in our communities. The benefit to our team members and clients improves the safety and quality of living in our communities, and when you combine these factors, it’s a perfect business match between the CID and Wells Fargo. The growth of new residents and employers gives us the opportunity to further build lifelong relationships with not only new customers, but our team members and our communities as well. That commitment is a mission Wells Fargo has always believed is important.

What is the most interesting or significant project you’re working on? Tell us about the project and your role in it.
In my role as Vice President and District Manager, I am responsible for cultivating an all-inclusive environment. Being a board member of the Airport West CID, this allows me to fulfill a dual role. I am currently with our Corporate Properties Group and Georgia Power. The vision of this developing partnership will give our local customers and residents the ability to charge their electric vehicles while banking, which is an effort by both organizations to help support Going Green.