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Georgia Rubber Stamps and Self-Inking Stamps
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Georgia - Rubber Stamp and Custom Stamps
Why Simply Stamps is your stamp shop
Georgia is known for its sophisticated cities, southern charm, and rich colonial and Civil War history. There are three distinct regions to explore in Georgia: the northern Blue Ridge Mountains, the central agricultural lands, and the coastal lowlands and waterways.
Georgia, photo public domain CC Jeff Gunn
Agriculture is very important to Georgia's economy, with the most famous Georgia products being peaches and pecans. Textile manufacturing, food processing, chemical and paper products, and the mineral and timber industries are also vital to Georgia's economy. The bustling city of Atlanta is a leading center of state tourism, transportation, and communications, and is home to Fortune 100 companies like Home Depot, UPS, Coca-Cola, and Delta Airlines.
Atlanta's tourist attractions include the Georgia Aquarium, the High Museum of Art, the Martin Luther King, Jr National Historic Site, and the world's largest drive-in restaurant, the Varsity. Just outside Atlanta, the family fun destination of Stone Mountain offers laser light shows, rides, games, and hiking and fishing areas. Macon is another popular Georgia destination, known for soul food, live music, and its 22 African American cultural and historic sites. Savannah is also a favorite destination featuring a wealth of antebellum homes, historic Fort Pulaski, a charming riverfront, and easy access to the nearby coastal beaches. Visitors can learn about Georgia's history at the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, Andersonville National Historic Site, and Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park.