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PRESS RELEASE: Date: 11-28-12

Bolton Hall Cafeteria construction to eliminate as many as 359 parking spaces for the 2013 football season.

On November 28th, the Athens Banner Herald reported that the University of Georgia is going to expand Bolton Hall cafeteria which is right across the street from Sanford Stadium. This is an area that has been used for large financial supporters on game day . These individuals will no longer be able to park at Legions Field.

We know that at least 176 prime spaces are going to go away and another 183 spaces may be used as a staging area for construction. This could mean as many as 359 prime parking spaces will not be available for this coming football season.

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PRESS RELEASE: Date: 10-09-12

New construction could complicate and eliminate parking at UGA on gamedays.

Regents committee has approved more than $50 million in UGA construction, which will bring 2 residence halls and a business building to campus. Although these are much needed facilities, they will encroach on existing gameday parking locations.

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PRESS RELEASE: Date: 10-03-07

Players and Local Officials to attend Luxury RV Park Ground-Breaking in Athens

After a successful pre-sales effort, developers are preparing to break ground on Bulldog Park, a 16-acre luxury RV tailgating facility located on Hancock Road in Athens, GA.

The ceremony will take place on Friday, Oct. 12 and will begin at 10a.m. Featured ceremony attendees will include College Hall of Famer Kevin Butler, UGAA Athletic Director Damon Evans, Athens Mayor Heidi Davison, Chestatee State Bank CEO Phiillip Hester, Chestatee State Bank, Senior Vice President Mike Lynch, Coldwell Banker/Upchurch Realty President Charlie Upchurch, and Mike McCleary, a partner with Fortson, Bentley and Griffin law firm.

Bulldog Park is an official licensee of the University of Georgia Athletic Association, and university officials are excited to be a part of this development as it takes shape.

"We are excited about the opportunity that Bulldog Park provides for University of Georgia supporters and are pleased that the project in on target for completion," remarked Director of Athletics Damon Evans.

Former UGA standouts Kevin Butler, David Pollack and David Greene are part of the development team that will bring this exciting concept to Athens, and this business venture is also very personal for each of them.

"The University of Georgia has blessed me with wonderful memories and this is one way to give other UGA fans something that will add to their memories as well," says former UGA quarterback David Greene. "Bulldog Park's amenities are so impressive that it's going to be tough for some of our owners to leave their spots at game time!" adds David Pollack, now with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Bulldog Park spaces will be sold, not leased, and the facility will provide a first-class tailgating environment for it's owners and their guests. The professionally landscaped 16-acre park will offer an impressive amenity package that includes oversized pads with guest parking, full RV hookups, a party pavilion with restrooms and showers, game day entertainment, a playground, picnic areas, onsite security, and shuttle service to and from each game.

For more information on Bulldog Park please contact:
Chris Cupples, 864-320-8836
Phil Nichols, 770-540-7112
Kevin Butler, 678-427-1313





PRESS RELEASE: Date: 05-18-07

Bulldog Park signs on as an official licensee of the University of Georgia Athletic Association

Bulldog Park recently entered into a license agreement with the University of Georgia Athletic Association and is now an official licensee of the University of Georgia Athletic Association. The newly formed relationship allows Bulldog Park to work with the University of Georgia Athletic Association, utilize the Athletic Association's marks and logos, and market to the most ardent supporters of the UGAA. The agreement also enables Bulldog Park to contribute a portion of each sale to UGAA's programs and student athletes.

Former UGA standouts Kevin Butler, David Pollack and David Greene are part of the development team, and each of them are excited to give back to the organization that has given them so much over the years. "The formal relationship with the UGAA is a real win-win. Bulldog Park's licensee status will strengthen our service package and marketing efforts, and a portion of each sale will go to the university's athletic department," says former UGA quarterback and Bulldog Park developer David Greene.

Athletic Association officials are equally excited about the newly formed agreement. "The University of Georgia Athletic Association is supportive of this project and believes it provides RV Owners with an outstanding option for game day," stated Alan Thomas, Associate Athletic Director for External Operations.

Bulldog Park, whose development team includes former UGA standouts, Kevin Butler, David Pollack and David Greene, is a luxury RV facility slated to open in June 2008. Each space will be sold, not leased, and the park's amenity package includes oversized pads with guest parking, full hookups, a party pavilion with restrooms and showers, onsite security, and professional landscaping.

For more information on Bulldog Park please contact:
Chris Cupples, 864-320-8836
Phil Nichols, 770-540-7112
Kevin Butler, 678-427-1313





PRESS RELEASE: Date: 05-10-07

Letter to Bulldog Supporters from Damon Evans, UGA Athletic Director

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PRESS RELEASE: Date: 03-08-07

Former players bring latest concept in RV tailgating to Athens

Bulldog Park to open in time for 2008 football season

Now is the time for University of Georgia sports fans to mark their territory in Bulldog Park, a brand new RV facility with an ownership team that includes Kevin Butler, David Greene and David Pollack. The City of Athens has approved the zoning, and work will soon begin on the park, which will encompass more than 18 acres.

Greene and Pollack, who became good friends during their playing days at Georgia, are excited to partner on a project that directly impacts so many UGA fans. "Bulldog Park is going to be a great addition to UGA game day,"  says Greene. "I can´t think of a better way for an RV owner to enjoy a football game in Athens."

Each space in Bulldog Park will be individually owned and available for use throughout the year. Come and go as early or late as you like, enjoy the day with fellow Bulldog fans, and never again worry about finding a suitable space. For added convenience, property owners may keep their RV in Bulldog Park for 30 days per visit.

Bulldog Park owners will enjoy access to a wealth of amenities not currently available to the RV owner in Athens:

  • Oversized pad with room for an RV and guest parking
  • Full hookups for electrical, sewer, cable and water
  • Climate-controlled pavilion with attended restrooms and shower facilities
  • Game day entertainment
  • BBQ and picnic areas
  • Playground for little Bulldog fans
  • Onsite security and keyed entry to the facility
  • Professional landscaping

Located on Hancock Road, which is adjacent to Olympic Drive, the park offers easy access to the loop and a 10 to 15 minute shuttle ride to the stadium on game day. Every game day Bulldog Park will provide continuous shuttle service for space owners and their guests.

"Ownership in Bulldog Park represents a unique opportunity for Georgia fans," says Kevin Butler, former place kicker for the University of Georgia, Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals, and one of the partners developing Bulldog Park. "Not only will owners enjoy a prime, secure location for their pre-game activities, but they will never have to worry again about where to park their RV on game day."

The project is slated for a June 2008 opening, just in time for football season.

For more information on Bulldog Park please contact:
Chris Cupples, Developer, (864) 320-8836
Phil Nichols, Developer, (770) 540-7112
Kevin Butler, Developer, (678) 427-1313