Tony Jones Selected for Outstanding Atlanta 2015

2015 October 14
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by GJTBS Admin

Associate Tony C. Jones has been selected as a member of this year’s Outstanding Atlanta class. The organization celebrates young professionals who have distinguished themselves professionally or through community outreach.

Originally called The Outstanding Young People of Atlanta (TOYPA), the group was created in 1968 to recognize those who contributed to the betterment of the city. Each year, TOPYA honored 10 young leaders. Mayor Kasim Reed, City Council President Caesar Mitchell, anchorwoman Monica Kauffman and Kate’s Club founder Kate Atwood are among its notable alumni.

Today, Outstanding Atlanta pays tribute to residents between the ages of 21 and 36 for achievements in their fields and contributions to the city.

This year’s class will be inducted with a reception on Friday, Nov. 13.

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