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Sugar Hill gets offer to change name to SugarDaddie.com

Sugar Hill gets offer to change name to SugarDaddie.com

SUGAR HILL, Ga. -- A Gwinnett County community recently got an offer that has locals shaking their heads.

A dating website wants the town of Sugar Hill to change its name to SugarDaddie.com.

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Website representatives say they'll offer the town close to $4 million to make the name change. SugarDaddie.com executives have made similar offers to other cities.

Sugar Hill would be required to erect a statue of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner if it accepts the website's offer.

Even if Sugar Hill declines, SugarDaddie.com wins in free publicity.

NETHERWORLD Haunted House Returns for its 15th Season as a Top Halloween Destination

NETHERWORLD  Haunted House Returns for its 15th Season as a Top Halloween Destination

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See Atlanta's Crummiest Christmas Photos

See Atlanta's Crummiest Christmas Photos

Atlanta, GA--  MomsLikeMe.com has some of the funniest Christmas photos submitted by our readers like you.  Click the link to see the winners of the contest!

Also send your photos in to me and I will put them up on 11Alive for all your friends to see.

Just attach your photos with "Xmas photos" in the subject line. Send to MRichardson@wxia.gannett.com

Suwanee Offering ‘Essentially Free’ Building for a Creative, Catalyst Idea

Atlanta, GA--  Suwanee is giving away a historic downtown buliding to the person that has the most creative idea for a business that will become the catalyst to a vibrant downtown center.

The City’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is seeking development proposals for Pierce’s Corner, a 6,000-square-foot building constructed as a general store in 1910. Any proposed project should serve as a catalyst for future growth and vitality in Old Town and increase employment and/or residential opportunities. In exchange for the right bright idea, the DDA may offer the building for “essentially free.”

Purchased by the DDA in 2005 for approximately $400,000, the Pierce’s Corner building will require rehabilitation. The DDA has received estimates of $500,000 to $1.2 million to renovate the property.