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"City of Newnan" store opens at the Carnegie

The Carnegie is now the home of the new City of Newnan’s store.  The store is located on the first floor of the building at 1 LaGrange St.  Samples of items available are in a large display case as you enter the building.

“Residents and visitors would often ask if they could buy city of Newnan items and now they can,” said Gina Snider, city of Newnan Public Information Officer. “We are excited to give this opportunity to everyone who are proud to currently live, lived or traveled to Newnan. Now they can buy a little memento to remember the city by. We will be trying to get the merchandise online in the future on the city and Newnan Carnegie websites.”

“Residents and visitors will be pleased with the variety of items in the store,” said Media Coordinator Amy Mapel. “We have t-shirts, mugs, baseball caps, key chains, bags, clocks and more.”

Please call 770-683-1347 for more information.

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