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New 4th of July t-shirts now available

The 4th of July in Peachtree City is an exciting experience for all. By day, thousands of red, white and blue golf carts cruise around the city demonstrating their patriotism. By nightfall, sparkling fireworks are displayed over Lake Peachtree.

The Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau encourages you to continue the tradition this year and wear your new 2012 4th of July t-shirt during the festivities. T-shirts can be purchased at the Visitors Center or City Hall for only $10 and tank tops for $15. And, new this year, toddler sizes are even available. For more information, please call the Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau at 678-216-0282.

The Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau works to attract, stimulate and develop growth in tourism for the City of Peachtree City, while serving as a marketing arm of the city promoting it as a tourist destination. The Peachtree City CVB is located in the Visitors Center at 201 McIntosh Trail in Peachtree City, Ga. For more information, visit


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