Things You Need To Know Before Moving To GeorgiaJulio Burnett
If you have been thinking about making Georgia your home, this is the state where tea is always sweet and the trees are dripping in Spanish moss. This state is home to more than 10 million people and has always been one of the popular choices for the Americans. Here are a few things about Georgia that you may be interested in knowing before you make that move.
• There Are Sports Fans All Over Georgia
The Hawks, Falcons and Braves all draw massive crowds along with passionate fans from Georgia. If you are not into sports, Georgia may just encourage you to attend at least one of the professional games just to gain an insight of this Peach State’s sports-loving culture.
• The Fortune 500 Companies Just Love Georgia
20 of the Fortune 500 companies call Georgia their home. This includes the household names such as Home Depot, Delta and Coca-Cola. The Georgia Chamber of Commerce states that the access to the new markets, the lower costs of conducting business and the number 1 workforce training programs across the U.S. is just some of the reasons that these companies are able to compete successfully on global scales.
• The Cemeteries Are Even Beautiful
The Bonaventure Cemetery in Georgia is one of the top tourist destinations. This may seem slightly odd, but this cemetery is historical and beautiful and featured in one of the best-selling books “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
• You Are Close By To The CDC If Something Ever Happens
If you have watched any of the zombie TV shows or post-apocalyptic movies you will remember that everyone is always trying to reach the CDC. This is good news for you if you are planning to move to Georgia as the CDC is based in Atlanta which means you won’t be far away if something does happen.
• Georgia Is Full Of Kid Friendly Attractions
The beaches, Georgia Aquarium and Zoo Atlanta are just a few of the popular kid-friendly attractions in the state of Georgia. If you plan to move to Georgia with your young family or you plan to begin a family once you have moved, you are guaranteed there will always be lots to do with your kids.
• The Peaches Are Really As Good As They Sound
Peaches in Georgia will really blow you away when they happen to be in season.