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July 22, 2003

Terrell County-- A race car driver wants to keep Terrell County's roadways clean.

The Bill Elliot billboard was unveiled this morning. It's located off Highway 82 next to the Dawson Airport. Elliot is the new face for the "Keep Terrell County Clean" campaign.

Martha Ann Coe says, "Well I've spoken not to Mr. Elliot but to his crew and he certainly sponsors anything that has to do with community pride and keeping any area clean because the environment is here for us to protect and if we don't it will be gone."

Baseball player Chipper Jones was the last spokesperson for the Clean Campaign. The $900.00 billboard was paid for mostly with grant money.

Posted at 5:32 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com

 

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