Rotorcorp Becomes Supporter of Atlanta Regional Commission’s Annual Event

November 01, 2017

ATLANTA, GA, Nov. 1st 2017—Rotorcorp LLC announced today that it will be a first-time sponsor for the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) State of the Region Breakfast to be held on Friday, Nov. 3.  The event, attended by over 1300 metro Atlanta leaders, will set the backdrop for the current and future state of the metro Atlanta region.  It will also share perspective for the region’s continued economic competitiveness.

“Even as a small business, Rotorcorp is becoming a part of the economic fabric of the Atlanta region,” said Rotorcorp Vice President, Sean Casey. “Small businesses in the metro Atlanta region play a critical role in supporting this economy and ultimately the quality of life we all enjoy here in metro Atlanta. We see tremendous value in the work the Atlanta Regional Commission is doing to help that momentum continue.”

“Rotorcorp’s sponsorship of this event is so meaningful on many levels. But particularly because they see the important role they play in supporting the region,” said Susan Chana, Director for the Center of Strategic Relations, ARC.


About Rotorcorp

Rotorcorp, LLC is the leading provider of parts, engines and major components for Robinson Helicopters- the most widely produced helicopter in the world. Since its inception as an Authorized Robinson Helicopter Company Service Center in 2011, Rotorcorp has grown to serve over one thousand customers in forty-five different countries. Robinson owners, operators and maintainers have come to rely on Rotorcorp’s expert staff, competitive pricing and unparalleled distribution network to maintain the airworthiness of their helicopters- no matter where they are located. For more Information, visit

About the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC)

The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is the official planning agency for the 10-county Atlanta Region, including Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale counties as well as the City of Atlanta and 72 other cities. ARC serves as a catalyst for regional progress by focusing leadership, attention and planning resources on key regional issues.