As Amazon reviews submissions from cities around North America wanting to be the host of its HQ2, the writers of those proposals are trying new tactics to woo the online retail giant. Jason Lary is the mayor of Stonecrest, Georgia and says he'll rename a part of the city "Amazon" if the company chooses his jurisdiction for its new home base. Lary says the potential for the company to own the address "Amazon, Georgia," and possibly even "Jeff Bezos" highway, is what it will take to win over the billionaire who already has it all. Lary doesn't stop there: he's even offering Bezos the title of mayor if Amazon chooses Stonecrest. The current leader tells us he came up with the idea by wondering, "What can you give the richest guy on the planet?"